Monday, June 30, 2014
Indian regime arrests people
Six arrested for planning attack in Dharmapuri
The police said the suspects were given arms training by associates of elusive Maoist leader Kalidas. In what appears to be a pre-emptive action to foil an armed assault on leaders of a particular community, the Dharmapuri police on Saturday arrested six persons and recovered two country-made guns and explosives. The police said the suspects were given arms training by associates of elusive Maoist leader Kalidas.
On a tip-off, the police arrested the six belonging to Natham Colony and recovered the arms and explosives from their premises and a burial ground. Preliminary inquires revealed that the suspects were planning to avenge the death of Ilavarasan, the Dalit youth, whose body was found along a rail track in Dharmapuri on July 4 last year. His first death anniversary was just six days away. . The arrested were identified as S. Sakthi (35), M. Durai (46), C. Santhosh (22), S. Adhiyaman (23), G. Ashok (28) and G. Shankar (35). IGP (West Zone) S. Davidson, DIG (Salem Range) A. Amalraj and Dharmapuri Superintendent Asra Garg visited the places from where the arms were recovered and interrogated the accused. A case under the Indian Arms Act, the Explosives Substances Act, 1908, and the IPC were registered against the suspects. They were produced in a local court and remanded in judicial custody.