Naxalite Big Role In Kisan Andolan : Banned Communist Party of India Maoist CPI(M) in India has devised a plan to maintain its influence in the country. Along with this, a group of Naxalites has also claimed to have successfully infiltrated the farmers’ movement in Delhi. Let us tell you that due to farmers’ agitation, the government had to withdraw three agricultural laws. The Maoists have asked the rural and urban units to celebrate the party’s 18th anniversary with enthusiasm from September 21 to 27.
In the released document, the Maoists claimed that last year in the capital Delhi He had great success in the ongoing farmers’ movement and played an important role in making the movement violent. Similarly, he called ‘Agniveer’ has also claimed infiltration in the movement against. The document calls for celebrating the party’s 18th anniversary with revolutionary fervor and determination across the country. The CPI(M) has appealed to its members, sympathizers, associates, open and secret committees and organizations to implement party guidelines to guide, incite and infiltrate the ‘People’s Movement’ across the country.
What is the government’s ‘Operation Prahar’
Maoists have said in their document that the party’s covert activities led to ‘joint action’ in different parts of the state like Odisha and Telangana. Forum’ has infiltrated many movements through Apart from this, the report also mentions infiltration in rural areas like Silingar in Chhattisgarh, where government campaigns are being conducted. (Operation Prahar in Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra means war against Naxal insurgents)
What the police told ABP News
Gadchiroli SP Ankit Goyal told ABP News that these people keep taking out such leaflets on their anniversary. He said that if the said people take any kind of anti-national, anti-development or anti-society steps in this week, then we are ready to give a befitting reply.
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