He was recruiting youths in terrorist organizations, NIA filed chargesheet under UAPA

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday filed a chargesheet against a prominent Naxal leader from Kerala in a case related to the recruitment of vulnerable youth into the banned terror outfit. Sanjay Deepak Rao, central committee member of the CPI (Maoist)’s Western Ghats Special Zonal Committee (WGSZC), has been charged under various sections of the IPC and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act – UAPA – in a supplementary chargesheet filed today, the probe agency informed the anti-terror agency before the NIA special court in Ernakulam.

Investigation revealed that, accused Sanjay Deepak Rao alias Vikas, a central committee member of Western Ghats Special Zonal Committee (WGSZC) of CPI (Maoist), Pinaka Pani alias Pani and Varalakshmi, members of Revolutionary Writers Association, a frontal organisation of CPI (Maoist) in Andhra Pradesh, Srikanth of Wayanad and Anjaneyalu alias Sudhakar of Andhra Pradesh etc had radicalised Chaitanya alias Surya to join the banned terrorist organisation CPI (Maoist). After recruitment, he was given training with the intent to threaten the security, unity, integrity and sovereignty of the Union of India.

Details of chargesheeted accused

Kambhampati Chaitanya alias Chaitanya alias Surya son of Kambhampati Ramaiah and resident of Veeramma Colony, Kondamoduaria, Kotanemalipuri Village, Rajupalam Mandal, District Guntur, Andhra Pradesh has been booked under Sections 120B, 121A, 122, 123 of IPC and Sections 18, 20, 38 and 39 of the UA(P) Act, 1967.

A case has been registered under sections 120B, 121A, 122, 123, 18, 18B, 20, 38 and 39 of the UA(P) Act against Valagutha Anjaneyalu alias V. Anjineyulu Veluguthra alias Anjaneyalu alias Sudhakar alias Anji s/o Valagutha Nadipe Naganna r/o Plot No. 231, YSR Colony, Bandameeda Kammapalli Revenue Village, Madanapalle Town and Mandal, Annamayya District, Andhra Pradesh.

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