Maoists to observe its 15th anniversary from Sept 21
The CPI-Maoist to observe its 15th year of foundation from September 21 to October 8, according to pamphlets purportedly released by that outfit’s Telangana State Committee.
Warangal: The CPI-Maoist to observe its 15th year of foundation from September 21 to October 8, according to pamphlets purportedly released by that outfit's Telangana State Committee. The pamphlets appeared on Wajedu-Venkatapuram road near Ghanapuram village in Mulugu district on Thursday morning.
The Narendra Modi government continuing its divisive tactics by instigating communal tension among the people, besides continuing attacks against Muslim intellectuals, Adivasis and Dalits, the pamphlets stated. The Maoists also alleged that BJP is trying to strengthen its base in Telangana by stirring up communalism since it retained power at the Centre a few months ago.
Claiming itself as the lone crusader of the working class, the banned outfit said that it would continue to fight against the Brahminical fascist goons, the pamphlets said. The CPI-Maoist would observe its annual fete along with the 50th foundation day of CPI-ML and MCPI.
Further, the pamphlets called its members to observe the event by organising meetings and seminars in villages, towns and cities with revolutionary spirit. Meanwhile, the police arrested a 25-year-old militia member of CPI-Maoist who was suspiciously moving around bus station at Venkatapuram on Thursday.
The militia member is identified as Renga Ramesh, resident of Kamalapuram village in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh. Ramesh has been working as A-Section Commander under Usur Area Committee since 2017. It's learnt that Ramesh was told to keep an eye on security forces' movement on Telangana-Chhattisgarh border.
Ramesh was on his way back to Kamalapuram after purchasing two tiffin boxes and cordtex wire, a type of detonating cord, the police said, who arrested him during a vehicle check near Venkatapuram bus station.