Kothagudem: Posters demanding the Maoists to stop killing innocent villagers by planting improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in the forests appeared in different villages of Sukma district of Chhattisgarh.
The posters in the name of Mazdoor Sanghatan (Labour Organisation) were found tagged to trees at Ammapenta and nearby villages under the limits of Kistaram police station on Saturday, police said.
The organisation wanted the naxals to let the tribal children of in the villages to choose their future by going to schools and colleges. The posters clearly indicate the growing dissent among tribals towards the Maoists, police added. On the other hand, Maoist posters appeared at Sameli village of Sukma district appealing to villagers to make the ‘Bharat bandh’ called on September 27 to protest against the Centre’s three farm laws’ a success.
It might be noted that the Maoists extended solidarity to the day-long bandh called by Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM). The naxals have also damaged a road on Jagarhund and Dantewada stretch.
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