Maoists hoist black flag in a West Bengal government school on Independence Day
Baghmundi, Aug 16 (ANI): Amid Independence Day celebrations across the country, Maoists hoisted black flags at a government owned primary education school at Baghmundi in West Bengal.
The rebels left behind threatening posters on the walls of the Chirugoda Primary school under Purulia district.
The main contents of the posters were demand for withdrawal of security and paramilitary forces like the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).
The security personnel soon arrived on the spot and removed the posters .
Teachers at the school felt this act by the rebels would discourage the villagers to educate their children in government establishments .
"The situation here has been very problematic; last year too it was the same and we were concerned. Everyday we have to come to school as we have a commitment; well this has been going on," said Rajat Mandi.
Security forces have launched a search operation in and around the area to nab the Maoists involved in anti-social activities. (ANI)
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