CPI (Maoist) Condemns Arrest Of Sikasa Founding Member Mohammed Hussein In Karimnagar District

Karimnagar District, July 10, 2024: The Ramakrishnapur police arrested Mohammed Hussein alias Sudhakar alias Ramakanth on Monday. A founding member of the Singareni Karmika Samakhya (Sikasa), a frontal organization of the CPI (Maoist), Hussein was produced before the media in Ramakrishnapur police station in Mancherial district. This was after reports throughout the day on the arrest, with relatives saying he was picked up from his residence in Jammikunta in Karimnagar district.

A resident of Padmashaliwada of Jammikunta, Mohammad Hussein worked as a general mazdoor in the KK-2 Singareni coal mine from 1978 to 1981. Attracted to the then CPI (ML) People’s War’s ideology, he joined the Maoist party by resigning from his job and worked in different positions in the party. In 2009, he was arrested in Bokaro district of Jharkhand and was in jail till 2013.

Cases under section 120, 120(b) r/w 34/IPC, section 10,13,18,18(b) of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act were pending against Hussein with Ramakrishnapur police station, Bellampalli ACP A Ravikumar said.

The CPI (Maoist) on Wednesday condemned the arrest of Mohammed Hussein.

CPI (Maoist) Telangana State Committee official spokesperson, Comrade Jagan, in a statement released to the media, termed Hussein’s arrest illegal and said Hussein was leading a normal life after being released from jail 10 years ago.

Alleging that privatization of the Singareni coal blocks was part of the State government’s conspiracy, Comrade Jagan said people fighting against the move being were branded as Maoists and those protesting against the government were being arrested.

Comrade Jagan appealed to civil rights organizations and the public to condemn the illegal arrests.

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