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Lalgarh is Naxalbari-II: Maoist leader Kishanji

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009

K. Srinivas Reddy


“It will now inspire revolutionary forces all over the country”Blockades took place like an “upsurge”, Maoists sceptical of Trinamool’s continued support to Singur movement

HYDERABAD: Security forces might have gained an upper hand in containing the uprising in West Bengal’s Lalgarh, but the ultra-Left Communist Party of India (Maoist) believes that Lalgarh would now inspire revolutionary forces all over the country as did the Naxalbari movement four decades ago.

Enthused by what it claims as an “unprecedented mass base” formed during the resistance, the Maoist think tank now looks at Lalgarh as the “second Naxalbari.” In fact, even the Naxalbari did not have such a big mass base, feel the Maoists. Read the rest of this entry »

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