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Jharkhand Govt bans Mazdoor Sangathan Samiti (frontal Organisation) of CPI Maoists

Ranchi, Dec 22 (UNI) The Jharkhand Government today banned ‘Mazdoor Sangathan Samiti’
which is the frontal organisation of the CPI (Maoists).
Addressing a joint press conference at the project building here Jharkhand government spokesperson Nidhi Khare and Principal Secretary Home SKG Rahate said that using the
powers provided under section 16 of the Crime Law Amendment Act 1908 the frontal
organisation of the CPI (Maoists) and its active units in Dhanbad, Giridih and Bokaro district
have been banned.
Ms Khare said it would be declared illegal if any person would become member of the
organisation or would give donation or publishes any matter or literature related to their
extremist policy.
She said the government had received several complaints that the organisation was
indulging in illegal activities including settling land disputes, collecting levy and organising
Jan Adalats to punish the people.
Ms Khare said the organisation has called a top maoist sympathiser Barbara Rao in its
programme and a deliberate attempt was made to disturb the law and order situation in
these three districts.
She said many top functionaries of the organisation including Bacha Singh, Damodar
Turi, Ajeet Rai and Pradhan Murmu have been accused of participating in Maoists activities
while Turi was arrested in 2012 in Tamilnadu for Maoists activities.
Speaking during the conference Mr Rahate said on the occasion of completion of 50
years of the Naxalbari movement Rao had been invited by the organisation and had made
attempts to mislead the innocent villagers and tribals against the democratic system.
Mr Rahate said so far in the state 13 maoist activities and other frontal organisations have
been banned in the state.
He said the government was ensuring anti insurgency operations in the state to wipe out
the Maoists and in the days to come it would be further intensified.
Mr Rahate said the state government was committed to maintain law and order in the state.
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