Arrested Maoist Kingpin Sabhyasachi Panda a darling of Christian Missionaries

published on July 27, 2014

Sabhyasachi Panda, the recently arrested dreadful Maoist leader responsible for many heinous murders, including that of Swami Lakshmanananda, is said to be the darling of Christian missionaries. It was during a recent interrogation that Sabhyasachi’s link with Christian missionaries and a couple of governmental and NGO’s organizations came to light.
 
Sabhyasachi is prime accused in the murder case of Swami Lakshmananda and four others, a crime he committed in 2008 after launching an attack on the seer’s ashram in Jaleshpada.

Allegations and suspicions of the role of Christian missionaries and allied groups behind the murder immediately surfaced, as the deed was committed by Maoists.
 
 This was because Swami Lakshmananda had earned the wrath of Christian groups for his relentless role in waging a war against forced conversion activities indulged in by Christian missionaries. The same people were instrumental in making use of Maoists in doing away with the seer.
 
 
48 year old Sabhyasachi is not just an ordinary offender. He has an account of over 65 criminal cases to his credit, with the blood of many innocents having stained his hands. Pande is also wanted in a case where arms and ammunition were smuggled from an arms depot, in 2008, from Nayaghad. He is said to have resorted to these crimes in a span of 15 years.
 
The murder of Swami Lakshmananda had rocked the entire nation, but the slow pace at which investigation procedures moved made it doubly clear that the hands of Christian missionaries were involved. Later it came to light that Christian missionaries were planning a beeline escape after having divested the culpability on Maoists. Apart from this, there were allegations of state BJD government being hand in gloves with missionaries as investigating officers are said to have adopted a diluted and lenient stand towards Sabhyasachi Panda.
 
Reports have confirmed frequent meetings of Panda with other anti-national elements and family members in spite of Court directives instructing that he be housed in a special prison cell. Even stranger is the fact that Panda was interrogated in the presence of his advocate, family members and associates. The reason for such provision is said to be the result of the government’s indulgent attitude.
 
The state opposition party has condemned the ruling party’s easygoing attitude towards Panda. “Sabhyasachi Panda heads an organization that has been outlawed for having resorted to anti-national activities. He is a terrorist. His organization is that which is waging a war against government. A thorough interrogation will bring to light many vital details. And such an act being done in the presence of others is a threat to national security. The prosecution should never allow this,” said state BJP leader Ashok Sahu.
 
There are also allegations against Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for having taken a soft stand against Panda. Allegations of Patnaik availing Maoist assistance for furthering political ambitions is largely doing rounds. The BJD government is charged of having conspired with Maoists in getting their own MLA Jhina Hikaka kidnapped in 2012.

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