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We should fight for the oppressed police men: Kishanji

Posted by Admin on November 15, 2009

Atindranath Dutta, the police officer taken hostage and released by Maoists, being helped out of a jeep by another officer (not in picture) to be debriefed at Bhabani Bhavan.

Atindranath Dutta, the police officer taken hostage and released by Maoists.

KOLKATA: At a time the government is depending on its policemen to curb the Maoist menace, the Red rebels are planning to spread their organisation among the lower-rank policemen and their families.

In a fax message on Saturday, Maoist military strategist Kishanji claimed that the lower-rank police employees are also among the deprived and repressed class of people for whom they are fighting.

Mentioning the recent recession and hike in the prices of essential commodities, the Maoist leader said that more than one third of the members of state armed forces are from poor farmer families and some of them are tribals or belong to minority communities.

“These families are also victim of state oppression and we should fight for them,” said Kishanji.

He said that if mainstream political parties can organise police under their umbrella, then the Maoists can also do the same. TOI


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