Naxalites decry Kishenji`s killing in fake encounter
Kolkata: Eight different Naxalite outfits
on Wednesday brought out a procession in the city demanding a proper
inquiry into the alleged fake encounter in which Maoist leader
Kishenji was killed in Jangalmahal last month.
Hundreds of people joined the procession, taken out by
CPI(ML)- ND, CPI(ML-Liberation), CPI(ML-RedStar), CPI(ML)
-Janshakti), PCC-CPI(ML) and other Naxalite outfits, which
ended at Esplanade traversing a two-km distance from College
Square in the central part of the city.
Holding placards, the processionists demanded
immediate stop to `state-sponsored terrorism` in West
Bengal, withdrawal of Joint Forces from Jangalmahal and
unconditional release of all political prisoners.
Condemning the killing of Kishenji, the Naxalite
organisations called upon all political parties to protest
against `planned political murders`.
The processionists, however, disapproved of the
violent methods being adopted by the Maoists and their wanton
killing `which we think has been affecting mass movement and
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