Last year a militant Adivasi movement was launched by Birsa Seva Dal in Chotanagpur, Bihar. It influenced the villagers so much that they demonstrated even in the Ranchi town flashing their traditional arms.
Naxalites, who saw Chotanagpur hills as a strategic place for guerrilla war, were also active in the Dal. But they failed in their movement because the Adivasis have little faith in strangers. Continue reading “Naxal Found Chotanagpur Suitable for Guerrilla Warfare in 1969”