Maoists unveil manifesto, structure of ‘people’s govt’

  • | Sunday | 31st March, 2019

Ranchi: On direction of CPI ( Maoist )’s Central Committee, the banned outfit’s Eastern Regional Bureau (ERB), which commands Bihar, Jharkhand , Odisha and West Bengal, has released a manifesto on which they plan to work once they assume power with the support of the people. “The number of billionaires in the country has crossed the 101-mark while the remaining 99% of the populace feeds on the remaining 27% of the GDP,” the letter said.The Maoists have blamed the economic liberalisation policy adopted by the government in 1990s for the increasing disparity. “We want political recognition but most of the mainstream parties are afraid of the fact that once an equitable government is formed they would be permanently thrown out of the system by the people only so the best idea is to ban our organisation,” Sanket said. “There has always been a gap among the rich and poor, but it became more pronounced in the last 25 years,” Sanket said.Speaking about the outline of the Maoist model, the Central Committee members have decided to work on a few aspects before declaring their dominance in any region. “We look forward to a strong nation which encourages neighbouring countries to have people’s government,” another ERB member said.Sanket said that to achieve the target armed struggle is going on in Dandakaranya in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand Bihar, Odisha, Bengal, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and efforts are going on to spread the movement to other parts of the country.

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