Friday, December 3, 2021

Maoists put up poster supporting farmer’s stir in Jharkhand’s Chakradharpur

Chakradharpur, Nov 22: . A poster of Maoists has been recovered by the police near the old office of Khadi Bhandar located in Kera Panchayat of Chakradharpur block of West Singhbhum. 
In this poster, the Maoists have opposed the three agricultural laws while supporting the farmers’ movement. The Maoists have demanded to intensify and broaden the farmers’ movement against the agricultural law.
It is to be known that the Prime Minister of the country has decided to withdraw this law a few days ago. 
After the arrest of top Maoist leader Prashant Bose along with his wife Sheela Marandi, the Maoists have been showing protest by pasting posters and putting banners. 
During the recent Bharat Bandh, the Naxalites blew up the railway track on the Howrah-Mumbai rail route. After this incident of Chakradharpur Railway Division, rail traffic was disrupted for six hours. 
Meawhile, CPI-Maoists have announced bandh on November 27 in six states of central region of the country. 

Abhay, spokesperson of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) central committee, has issued a press release announcing the shutdown in six states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on November 27. The bandh has been called in memory of the Naxalites killed in an encounter with the police in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli on November 13.
At the same time, the Naxalites have also called for celebrating the 21st anniversary of the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army from December 2 to 8. Security agencies are on alert after the announcement of Naxalites. Let us inform that 26 Naxalites including Com Milind Bapurao Teltumbde alias Deepak Da, a member of the party’s Central Committee, were killed in a fierce encounter in the Mardantola forest of Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra.

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