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PWG and Spring

PWG and Spring IN The End of Spring' (EPW, August 25) K Balagopal projects only the positive faces of 'spring' and ignores other faces bitterly experienced by the people of Andhra Pradesh. The 'spring' was not a total achievement of the 'Movement', it was also an 'experimental liberal policy' of Channa Reddy to pose as a 'democrat'. The Channa Reddy government encouraged bourgeoise competition among revolutionary groups and provoked them to exterminate each other. This conspiracy was absolutely mistaken by PWG of Andhra Pradesh. So, the PWG leadership immediately made statements that it would stop its violence organised hitherto against the state. I would like to highlight PWG's 'deviations' which have been avoided in Balagopal's analysis.

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