NIA's action regarding Naxalite connection in Bihar, raid on the relative of notorious Naxalite

Pankaj Prasad
National Investigation Agency
National Investigation Agency

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today conducted searches at five places in the Naxalite terror funding case.

Aurangabad: On Wednesday afternoon, the NIA team raided the house of Ramashray Sharma, a relative of notorious Naxalite Pradumna Sharma and resident of Ramdih (Motha) of Goh police station area. This action was taken by the NIA regarding the Naxalite connection. It is said that Ramashray Sharma's brother-in-law Pramod Sharma, a resident of Rustampur village of Hulasganj police station area of ​​Arwal district, is the brother of rewarded Naxalite Pradumna Sharma.

inappropriate material not found

During the raid, the NIA opened the box and cupboard of the house and investigated. However, no official told what the team found during the raid. According to sources, no objectionable material has been found during the raid. NIA has confiscated other documents including Aadhar card and bank passbook. The mobile numbers of the people of the house have also been taken.

A large number of police personnel were present

A large number of police personnel were present during the raid. The big thing is that during the raid, the security forces did not even allow any person to pass near the house. According to the police, Naxalite Pradumna Sharma was arrested on 20 August 2021 from Chauparan in Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand and sent to jail.

Let us tell you that a few days ago, the NIA team raided the house of Shyam Sundar, son-in-law of top Naxalite Vijay Kumar Arya, in Mahesh Parasi of Goh. However, even at that time, the NIA did not get anything. Some books were taken along with them. However, it was learned that raids were conducted to collect information and confiscate the illegal properties acquired by them in the house of their relatives for having nexus with the top Maoists.