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Karkala: Naxals announce resurgence - ANF, police begin hunting for them


Karkala: Naxals announce resurgence - ANF, police begin hunting for them: Since the last some years, barring isolated incidents, naxals had not undertaken any major initiatives. Therefore, it was widely believed that their numbers have steeply dwindled. The banners prominently give the message that forest and environment are anytime bigger than any government and that the people should come together to defeat proposed Tiger Project, implementation of Kasturirangan report and other proposed projects in Kudremukh National Park and other forest areas. The banners also speak about observing Martyrs' Day.

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