Until now everyone suspected that the Maoists were being supported militarily and financially by India. Now the Anti-Terrorist Cell (ATC) of the police has presented the Home Ministry a secret report which clearly says that the allegations are true. According to the report, an ATC team went to Calcutta some time ago to arrest top Maoist leaders. The team left for Calcutta shortly after receiving reports that the senior leaders had rented two floors in a high rise in Calcutta. The team reported its information to the Indian police and asked them for help. The Indian police, far from helping them, refused to have anything to do with them. The ATC team returned empty-handed. You have to keep in mind that time and again the Indian police, without even requesting the Nepali police, have entered Nepal and arrested people.
On his return, the leader of the ATC team Superintendent of Police Surendra Shah wrote clearly in his report to the Home Ministry that his group was unsuccessful because the Indian forces refused to help. It is surprising that the ATC team, which has been successful in nabbing some top Maoist leaders in the past, was unsuccessful this time... The report further states that the recent clashes between the Maoists and villagers in Parsa, took place on India's orders.