A top Maoist leader accused of masterminding numerous attacks and killings in India's West Bengal state is in police custody.
The state secretary of the Communist Party of India-Maoists, who goes by the single name Somen, was arrested Saturday at a railway station in North 24-Parganas, West Bengal.
Authorities brought Somen to court, where he was formally accused of waging war against the state. He also faces other charges.
Authorities are now concerned about how the Maoist party rebels will react and what they might do.
Gautam Gupta has the details.