10,000 converge at CPI-Maoist base
ABOUT 10,000 INDIVIDUALS converged and participated in an assembly organized by the Communist Party of India (CPI)-Maoist in Bastar, Chhattisgarh State on June 18. The assembly was held for three days. The Party reported about unities and victories it has achieved.
The assembly was opened by Nambala Keshav Rao, the new Party secretary general, along with commanders and officials of the People’s Liberation Army. He discussed about the successful offensives by the people’s army in the area and displayed the weapons they were able to seize in the past months. The assembly also reviewed the campaigns plans and offensives of the Party in the area.
Approximately 300 fighters of the CPI-Maoist and 500 militias ensured the security of the assembly.