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Christian Separatist Terrorist Group Arrested in Naxalbari in the Sensitive Darjeeling-Siliguri Corridor of West Bengal

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of West Bengal Police recently arrested four people from Naxalbari in Darjeeling district on charges of launching a militant organisation called Greater Coochbehar Liberation Organisation (GCLO) after the alleged leader boasted of his plans on social media.

Their stated objective was formation of Kamtapur/Greater Coochbehar state by means of armed rebellion, the CID claimed in a statement.

Kamtapur is a proposed state for the Rajbongshi community to be carved out of six north Bengal districts of Cooch Behar, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur and Malda; and four districts of Assam — Kokrajhar, Bongaigaon, Dhubri and Goalpara.

Kamtapur People’s Party (KPP), a political outfit set up in 1996, and Kamtapur Liberation Organisation (KLO), a militant group set up in 1995, have been campaigning for Kamtapur state. CID officers are trying to find out whether GCLO had any links with KPP and KLO.

Those arrested were identified as Nirmal Roy (30), Kandarpa Das (23), Ratan Adhikary (28) and Dipi Prasad Roy (18). According to CID officers, Nirmal Roy claimed to be the chief of the organisation.

Kandarpa Das, one of the arrested.

While Nirmal Roy is a resident of Dhubri district of Assam, Das hails from Baksa district of the same state. Adhikari is a resident of Bengal’s Cooch Behar district, while Dipi Prasad Roy is from Jalpaiguri district of Bengal.

A few days ago Nirmal Roy of Assam posted on Facebook and YouTube that he launched a new terrorist organisation called Greater Coochbehar Liberation Organisation. CID kept track and deployed a decoy to invite him for a meeting where he was arrested,” said a CID press release.

The CID also said that Nirmal Roy had called a bandh on July 31 and had threatened to bomb railway tracks and government offices. A case was registered at Naxalbari police station.

Kamtapur was a sovereign state from approximately the middle of the 13th century to almost the end of the 15th century.

(News Source : Hindustan Times)

HinduPost Staff Note:

See the photo showing the Prominent Cross Tattoo of Kandarpa Das (Sten-Gun Toting member of this Christian Separatist Terrorist Group fomenting insurgency in North Bengal.)

Now here is the strategic and sensitive location of Naxalbari on the map of Bharat.


If this Darjeeling-Siliguri “Chicken Neck” Corridor of West Bengal is engulfed by Church-Maoist-Islamic-Axis sponsored insurgency, then the entire North-East region will be physically cut-off from Bharat’s mainland.

Ultra-Violent Christian Terrorist Groups like NLFT, NSCN, MNCA et al have already slaughtered and driven away tens of thousands of Hindus, Buddhists, Tribals and non-Christians across large swathes of North-East Bharat over the past few decades.

These Christian Terrorist Groups in Bharat’s North-East are primarily funded by the Baptist Church in America, competing with other Evangelicals, Catholics, Pentecostals and Presbyterian Churches.

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