Naxalbari: A Long And Bloody Battle

From a 1967 peasant uprising in the rural Bengal enclave of Naxalbari— hence, Naxalites — the Maoist movement still rages on. To most Indians, Naxalites are rebels confined to jungles. For the government, they represent the most potent threat to the state. The Maoists control a ‘red’ corridor, spanning India’s poorest states. It’s been a long, bloody battle


Video by Sandipan Chatterjee; Edited by Suraj Wadhwa


Graphic by Saji C.S., Research: Zia Haq & Pranay Sharma

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