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Whither Revolutionary Politics?

   Whither Revolutionary Politics? The siege by the CPI (Maoist) of Jehanabad jail and police lines on November 13 is seen as the biggest such attack by the Naxalites in recent history. The Maoists were able to escape with one of their leading members, Ajay Kanu, as well as some other cadres and supporters. With them also escaped 389 prisoners, including petty criminals, members of the Ranvir Sena who were said to have been kidnapped, left cadres, and around 70 hard core criminals. Two hundred and twenty of the inmates had returned by November 21

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