Maoist guerrillas take out protest march in Chhattisgarh against state repression


Sukma, March 21 (KMS): The Maoist guerrillas took out a protest march against repression by India in Chhattisgarh.

According to Kashmir Media Service, the armed cadres of the Maoist guerrillas took out the march against the in tribal of the state.

Several top guerrilla leaders and also a large number of locals took part in the march, which culminated near Etraj Hilla of Sukma adjoining the Odisha border.

The protesters raised high pitched slogans against what they called terrorism against Maoists unleashed by the Indian state, Modi and Indian army in the state.

They denounced the establishment of 4 new Indian army camps in the Konta area of Sukma district to suppress the locals mostly Dalits.

In a video of the protest march surfaced on social media, Maoist guerrilas can be seen attacking effigies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel and local MLA Kawasi Lakhma with sharp weapons, and the effigies were later set on fire.

Pertinently, the Maoists and several other like minded parties are demanding freedom from India’s Hindutva occupation.

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