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PUNE: Pune police are investigating three letters, including one which suggests a Maoist plot to execute a “Rajiv Gandhi-type incident” as well as a plan to “end the Modi-raj”.

A senior police officer said the three letters were part of the documents and electronic evidence recovered in April during the searches conducted by the Pune police at different locations in Delhi, Mumbai, Nagpur and Pune in connection with the speeches made during the Elgar Parishad at Shaniwarwada here, a day before the clashes at Koregaon Bhima.

The officer said a scrutiny of these documents led to the June 6 arrests of five people with alleged links to the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist) — Rona Wilson from Delhi, Sudhir Dhawale from Mumbai and Surendra Gadling, Soma Sen and Mahesh Raut from Nagpur.

Pune police has claimed that the letter mentioning the “Rajiv Gandhi-type incident” was recovered from Wilson during the searches in Delhi. While the letter is addressed to “Comrade Prakash” by one “R”, there is no word yet from senior police officers as to whether they have established who authored the letter and who the actual recipient was. Also, it was not known whether the letter supposedly recovered from Wilson was a printout, email or data from a hard disk.

The police officer said the letter raises concern over the Modi-led government and over BJP establishing governments in more than 15 states, and that “this could mean trouble” for the Communist Party of India (Maoist).

On Thursday, district government pleader Ujjwala Pawar read out the relevant line that suggests the plot, while arguing before special judge A S Bhaisare for the custodial remand of the five suspects. “We are thinking along the lines of another Rajiv Gandhi type incident,” she quoted from the letter.

However, Pawar did not take any names vis-a-vis whom the plot was intended for. “The question of taking names did not arise as I was arguing the police’s case for custodial remand and read out only the relevant part of the letter,” she told TOI on Friday.

“There were three letters which I mentioned before the court and read out the relevant parts from each of these letters in support of the police’s case for custodial remand. One of the letters mentioned instructions to Raut and Sen regarding procurement of arms while another mentioned training of two youngsters from an institute. The court asked at this juncture what institute and the investigating officer only replied that it is a prominent institute. The third letter mentioned the (Maoist) plot,” Pawar said.

There is no mention of the three letters in the remand report submitted to the court.

Pune’s joint commissioner of police Ravindra Kadam, who had briefed the media on Thursday about the arrests, preferred not to comment on the matter despite repeated calls and texts on Friday. However, another senior police officer linked with the probe confirmed that the letter was recovered from Wilson. “The letter has a date but it has neither been signed nor has it been written on a letterheaded paper,” he said.

On Thursday, Kadam had told reporters that the police had recovered from Wilson forensic cloned copies of the hard disk of a laptop. He, however, made no mention of the letters. “A careful scrutiny of the forensic cloned copies of computer and laptop hard disks seized from Gadling and Wilson, respectively, revealed documents showing their close relations with the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist),” he had said.

Updated: June 9, 2018 — 2:16 am

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