Maoist Killings – Arms Manufactured in Pakistan Unearthed 

By HK via Janmabhumi published on December 8, 2016

 

Thrissur: Police and Intelligence agencies have confirmed that the armament used by the Maoists who were slain in the Nilambur attack are the same as those being used by terrorists functioning in Kashmir. This is conclusive evidence to prove that Maoists procure armament from Kashmir terror modules and Pakistan. 

 

It was reported earlier that Islamic terrorism has always been hand in glove with Left terror when it comes to activities of dread and separatism. The Pump Action Rifles recovered from the Maoists hideout in Karulayi forest of Nilambur confirm these facts. These rifles are used by Lashkar E Toiba against Indian Army and have the capacity to fire12 bullets in a single shot. The investigative team has unearthed a huge cache of bullets that are used for the specific rifle, which is being manufactured in Pakistan. An investigation into how the rifles reached Maoist camp is currently underway. 

 

Apart from armament, Pak manufactured counterfeit Indian currency has been discovered in the hideouts. This, however, could not get merged with the main stream currency circulation owing to the demonetization drive of the central government. 

 

Intelligence agencies have revealed that the illegal smuggling of arms and armament are being done via the country’s Eastern border. The armament first reaches Nepal and Bangladesh. There the agents, including a section of villagers aid the transport of ammunition and weaponry, mostly via borders of West Bengal.  They then reach Naxal strongholds of Jharkhand and Chhatisgarh. 

 

There is no doubt that the brainwave behind the unholy nexus forged between Jihadists and Naxals is ISI, the Pak based spy agency. According to Indian Intelligence, Chinese government has bestowed their silent blessings on the network. 

 

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