CPI-Maoist, the most internal threat and a banned communist outlawed outfit, in a four page letter sent to media houses has held Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and his son Lokesh for the death of 28 red rebels which included senior party members in Andhra Pradesh-Odisha border and vowed to carry suicide attacks on the duo.
“No police or military force will be able to save Naidu this time,” read the letter signed CPI (Maoist) Andhra Pradesh committee spokesperson Shyam.
He also wrote in the letter that Naidu had managed to escape an attack on him in 2003 at the foothills of Tirumala in Chittor district of Andhra Pradesh.
In the letter Shyam has alleged that Naidu in collusion with the BJP led NDA-government has resorted to the massacre of Maoist leaders and cadres in Malkangiri district of Odisha.
The Maoist leader has also mentioned, “Naidu is known for his notorious killing and human right violations. After returning to power after a period of 10years he got 21 labourers killed branding them as red sanders smugglers.”
In the letter Maoist leader state the encounter to be fake. According to the leader, the security forces engaged in the encounter used their moles in the party to mix sedatives in the food. “After our comrades fell unconscious the police opened fire at the comrades and killed them in cold-blood. The security forces had also taken several cadres captive and killed them after torture,” read the letter.