Top Maoist squad leader in 14 days judicial remand



Purulia: Top Maoist squad leader Bikram, arrested by police from Purulia district on Juy 17, was today remanded to 14 days' judicial custody by a Purulia court.

Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Mritunjay Karmakar remanded him to 14 days' judicial custody for 80 cases which included the kidnap-murder of school teacher Soumyajit Basu and IB Inspector Partho Biswas in 2010.

Purulia: Top Maoist squad leader Bikram, arrested by police from Purulia district on Juy 17, was today remanded to 14 days' judicial custody by a Purulia court.

Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Mritunjay Karmakar remanded him to 14 days' judicial custody for 80 cases which included the kidnap-murder of school teacher Soumyajit Basu and IB Inspector Partho Biswas in 2010.

He was wanted for the killing of CPI(M) leader Ajit Singh and his son Bapi last October at Balarampur and Trinamool Congress leader Jitu Singh Sardar last November in the same area.

PTI