Special Cell of Delhi Police arrests naxal arms supplier from Maharashtra - According to the senior police officials, 48-year-old Ajeet Ray has allegedly been involved in insurgent activities since 1990.

Man Who Supplied Arms To Maoists For Years Arrested In Maharashtra: Police

Delhi police has arrested a man from Gadchiroli in Maharashtra, involved in supplying arms to Maoists for several years, a senior police officer said on Sunday.

Man held for supplying arms to Maoists: Delhi Police

Ajeet Ray was arrested from Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli Saturday, and seized 45 prohibited bore cartridges of INSAS and SLR rifles from him.

Man arrested for supplying ammunition to Maoists Man arrested for supplying ammunition to Maoists

45 prohibited cartridges of INSAS, self-loading rifles seized

City, Maha team arrests Maoist gunrunner

The accused was one of the main suppliers of arms and ammunitions to Naxalites for the past 28 years.

A sympathiser of Maoist, he used to supply arms to ultras The Delhi Police Special Cell has arrested a wanted Naxalite and an illegal arms supplier who carried a  reward of Rs 2 lakh over his head. Police recovered 45 prohibited bore cartridges of Indian made INSAS, a Self Loading Rifle (SLR)

NEW DELHI: In the summer of 1990, Ajit Ray, a fresh biochemistry graduate, took up the job of a civil contractor in a village in Gadchiroli of Maharas.

Arms supplier to Maoists arrested

Maoist sympathiser Ajeet Ray is accused of committing crimes on behalf of Maoists since 1990.

Police learnt the recovered non-prohibited bore cartridges were to be supplied to naxalities of Gadchiroli, an officer said