Naxalbari Agitation, Some Questions & Consequences: Submitted to Bharatiya Jana Sangh Working Committee at Its Meeting at Simla on June 30 & July 1 & 2, 1967 by Bengal Pradesh Secretary, Shri Ram Prasad Dass and Shri Beni Shanker Sharma, M.P

DASS, Shri Ram Prasad and Shri Beni Shanker Sharma, M.P

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Delhi: Navchetan Press Private Ltd., ca. 1967. Wraps. 19 p. [12129]


"Extremely disturbed conditions that are prevailing in the Naxalbari, Khorabari and Phansidewa areas of the Darjeeling District in east Bengal for some time past have drawn the attention of a great many number of persons of the country and these obscure places have leapt into news. Complete lawlessness including murder, abduction, looting of paddy, money and rice, snatching of guns and cartridges and rioting have become the rule of the day by organized rowdy persons with bows, arrows, and other weapons and the Communists (Marxist) choose to call it a 'Kisan uprising.'".

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