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My first impressions about Telangana
My First Impressions About Telangana, Telangana Movement of 1946-1951. During my school days in Kerala, Telangana was in the news for all wrong reasons. Wrong reasons, because it was then the hotbed of the Communist movement with all its frightening fallout across south India
During my school days in Kerala, Telangana was in the news for all wrong reasons. Wrong reasons, because it was then the hotbed of the Communist movement with all its frightening fallout across south India. That was the time when they spearheaded the armed revolt of the peasantry in the region. It had its impact even in Kerala with Communists from underground striking at frequent intervals in villages. People were scared of Communists because of the barbaric methods they used to eliminate their opponents. They thrived on murder, loot and extraction of money. Even the police were clueless about their hideouts and the manner in which they struck in villages during the nights. Things have changed in Kerala. The Marxist-led Left Democratic Front is a strong contender for power in the state for alternate terms.