Telangana government bans CPI (Maoists) and its frontal organizations

South India

An order in this regard was issued on Saturday, October 31

The Telangana government has imposed a ban on CPI (Maoists) and its front organisations including Revolutionary Democratic Front (RDF) as unlawful associations for a further period of one year beyond August 17, 2020, and August 8 2020 respectively.  

An order in this regard was issued on Saturday, October 31, news agency UNI reported.

The banned outfits include Adivasi Vidyarthi Sangham, Chaitanya Mahila Sangham, Civil Liberties Committee, Committee for Release of Political Prisoners, Democratic Students Union, Human Rights Forum, Kula Nirmulana Porata Samithi, Patriotic Democratic Movement, Praja Kala Mandali, Telangana Democratic Forum and Telangana Praja Front, besides TVV.

The Hyderabad police on October 12 named as many as 13 organisations operating in Telangana as fronts of the banned CPI (Maoist). The police said that Maoists were trying to penetrate all sections of society, including student groups, professionals, minorities, and women's groups through the fronts, Kumar gave a list of at least a dozen such organisations.

The action followed a recent search in the house TVV state president B Maddileti in Nallakunta, The police claimed that they had seized incriminating evidence from Maddileti's house, according to a report in Times of India.

This includes a letter from top Maoist leader, Haribhushan, written to a top educational institution for extortion. They found inter-state correspondence of Maoist party cadres from Telangana along with revolutionary literature.

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