Kishenji`s death a "great blow", Maoists admit
Kolkata: The Maoists have for the first
time admitted that Kishenji`s death has dealt a heavy blow to
their organisation and called upon the youth to join the
Kishenji, a CPI (Maoist) central committee member, was
killed in an armed encounter with the Joint Forces in
Jangalmahal on November 24, last year.
In a release circulated among some TV channels, the
CPI (Maoist) central committee said that Kishenji`s killing in
Jangalmahal had come as a ``a great blow`` to the organisation
and appealed to the youth to join the outfit ``to fulfil
Kishenji`s cherished dream``.
The central committee asked its state unit in West
Bengal to initiate efforts to draw more youth to the
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