NIA takes High Court woman advocate into custody for Maoist links

Hyderabad, June 23 (Maxim News): The National Investigation Agency (NIA) reportedly took into custody Chukka Shilpa, a practising advocate of the High Court and member of Chaitanya Mahila Sangham (CMS), a frontal organization of CPI (Maoist) from her residence in Hyderabad on Thursday.

According to sources, police took her into custody after conducting searches in connection with a girl’s kidnap case booked by the Visakhapatnam police against Shilpa and others, which is now being investigated by the NIA.

The nursing student, Radha, has been missing for the last three-and-a-half years.The parents of the girl lodged a complaint with the police, who registered a case and have been investigating it since then.

Her mother alleged that leaders of CMS, Dongari Devendra, Dubasi Swapna, Chukka Shilpa and others met their daughter at her college and influenced her towards Maoism.

In December 2017, Devendra took away Radha forcibly on the pretext of providing medical treatment to someone. Since then, she has not returned home. Later they learned that she joined the banned organisation.

The NIA also conducted searches at the residence of Shankar, son of a Moaist leader Shankar, at Chegunta town in Medak district. (Maxim News)

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