Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 2
The anti-terror probe company NIA on Sunday stated it has carried out searches on the residential premises in UP’s Gautam Buddha Nagar (NOIDA) of accused Hany Babu Musaliyarveettil Tharayil, a Delhi University professor, in reference to the investigation within the Bhima-Koregaon Elgar Parishad case.
During the searches, the company seized one ‘Account Ledger, one Receipt Book of the Committee for the Defence and Release of Dr G N Saibaba’, who was sentenced to life imprisonment for his hyperlinks with CPI (Maoist), a number of paperwork in addition to digital objects reminiscent of onerous disk, USB pen drive, the NIA stated.
Hany Babu MT has already been arrested by the NIA on July 27.
This case is expounded to Elgar Parishad occasion organised at Pune in Maharashtra on December 31, 2017 which allegedly promoted enmity between varied caste teams and led to violence leading to lack of life and property and state-wide agitation in Maharashtra.
The investigation revealed that the Elgar Parishad together with Maoist leaders used the incident to unfold the ideology of Maoism or Naxalism and encourage illegal actions on the directions of the leaders of the proscribed organisation CPI (Maoist), the NIA alleged.
The accused Hany Babu MT was allegedly discovered to be a co-conspirator together with different accused individuals propagating Naxal actions and Maoist ideology, and was positioned below arrest on July 27, the company stated in an announcement.
The NIA stated its investigation has revealed that accused Hany Babu was in touch with Paikhomba Meitei, who’s the Secretary Information and Publicity of Military Affairs, Kangkeipak Communist Party, an organisation banned below Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. “An interview of Ganapathy, General Secretary of CPI (Maoist) was shared by Paikhomba Meitei with the accused Hany Babu. Communications of Hany Babu with other Maoists of Manipur have also been retrieved,” it stated.