The AGS unit of the Delhi Police Crime Branch has arrested a Naxal leader who had been wanted for 26 years in connection with the murder of a policeman in Bihar. The accused is identified as Kisun Pandit, a leader of the IPF men’s organization. Most importantly, Kisun Pandit declared himself dead on record under the conspiracy. His family even identified a corpse as Kisun Pandit and cremated it. He changed his identity and was living in Faridabad. He lived under the name of Sulendra Pandit. Kisun Pandit is accused of abducting Sadhu Paswan from the Punpun Thana area of Patna in 1994.
According to police, the crime branch of Delhi Police arrested Kisnu Pandit from Prahladpur, a bridge near the Delhi-Faridabad border. The team led by DCP Rohit Meena and under the supervision of ACP Abhendra Jain arrested Kisnu Pandit. In fact, on April 7, the Crime Branch received input that in 1990, a member of the IPF men, an active Naxalite organization in Bihar, was accused of killing a police officer in the 90s, snatching a rifle and 40 rounds of ammunition. He has changed his identity and is living in Faridabad. Upon receiving this information, a team from the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police was immediately sent to the Punpun Police Station in Patna to ascertain information about the accused. The matter was confirmed after looking at the documents there, after which the accused was arrested by the Delhi Police. When the Delhi Police caught Kisun, he tried to confuse the police. He could not walk in front of the police.
According to the police, the accused revealed that in the 1990s, the zamindars of Bihar used to harass the poor a lot. In 1990, Binoba Mishra formed the IPF Men’s Group to fight against the arbitrariness of these zamindars. In this group Kisun was called Netaji. In 1994, Kisun kidnapped Pandit Sadhu Paswan, a zamindar special. Kisun Pandit was also arrested in the case but was later granted bail.
The policeman was killed in the attack
According to police, Devendra, a member of their organization, was killed in 1996. Accused Kisun Pandit along with his accomplices attacked the police while the police team was taking Devendra’s body for legal action. One policeman was killed and three others were injured in the same attack.
Such was the false story of his death
Police say Bihar police have arrested 31 accused in connection with the attack on the Bihar police team. Kisun knew nothing. Kisun then came to Faridabad and changed his name and started living here. At this time the Patna-bound Shramjibi Express from Delhi crashed and Kisun Pandit told his family members to shout in the village that Kisun Pandit had also died in the train accident. Its family members did the same and very cleverly not only spread the news but also cremated someone else’s body called Kisun. Patna police then stopped searching for Kisun Pandit and closed his case file.
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