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From where the naxalist came?

10 Dec '07 08:05 pm
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The spree of extortions, allegedly being resorted to by eight pseudo naxalites
Answered by sudesh, 10 Dec '07 08:08 pm

 
  
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Naxalite or Naxalism is an informal name given to radical, often violent, revolutionary communist groups that were born out of the Sino-Soviet split in the Indian communist movement. Ideologically they belong to various trends of Maoism. Initially the movement had its epicentre in West Bengal. In recent years, they have spread into less developed areas of rural central and eastern India, such as Chattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh through the activities of underground groups like the Communist Party of India (Maoist). The CPI (Maoist) and some other Naxal factions are considered terrorists by the Government of India and various state governments in India.
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The term comes from Naxalbari, a small village in West Bengal, where a section of Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)) led by Charu Majumdar and Kanu Sanyal led a violent uprising in 1967, trying to develop a "revolutionary opposition" in opposition to the official CPI(M) leadership. The insurrection started on May 25, 1 ...more
Answered by Sheetal Kaur, 10 Dec '07 08:27 pm

 
  
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from village NAXALBARI in west bangal inspired by chinies ,founder was Mr. Charu Majum dar.
Answered by rajvir, 10 Dec '07 08:08 pm

 
  
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West Bengal inspired by Chinese.
Answered by rajaram rao, 10 Dec '07 08:06 pm

 
  
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Real terror for India
Answered by teetu sadana, 11 Dec '07 02:08 pm

 
  
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revolutionary communist groups that were born out of the Sino-Soviet split in the Indian communist movement. Ideologically they belong to various trends of Maoism. Initially the movement had its epicentre in West Bengal. In recent years, they have spread into less developed areas of rural central and eastern India, such as Chattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh through the activities of underground groups like the Communist Party of India (Maoist
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 10 Dec '07 08:10 pm

 
  
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