Rourkela: The Ex-BSF associate commandant Jadumani Patra, who was captured for his connections with People’s Liberation Front of India (PLFI) had battled decisions in 2009 on SP ticket, educated police today.
Jadumani and his three associates are by and by under a two-day police remand following capture prior this week.
As indicated by sources, examination concerning Jadumani’s contribution in different criminal exercises in Keonjhar, Sundergarh and neighboring Jharkhand is on.
Meanwhile, Sundergarh SP Pinak Mishra has written to BSF to ascertain the authenticity of the ID card recovered from Jadumani which claimed that he was a BSF commandant.
Jadumani and other accused were arrested in a raid at a camp in Kukudabahal forest under Biramitrapur police limits in the intervening night of September 29 and 30.
One carbine, 3 double barrel rifles, one 9MM pistol, 57 rounds of live ammunition and other objectionable items were also recovered from the spot.
Police sources said that Jadumani used to impart training on the use of rifles and other sophisticated weapons at different centres of PLFI, an extremist outfit of the Communist party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist).