Naxalite Movement: A Call To Arms

The Naxal movement was a call to arms to overthrow the state and vest power with peasants in an ‘equal and just society.’ Launched in 1967, it created a ‘Red Corridor’ that cuts through the heart of India, where violence still rules. Let’s return to the beginnings of this ‘revolution’

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