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HYDERABAD: The State government has on Monday extended the ban on Communist Party of India (Maoist) and six of its front organisations by one more year under the provisions of the A.P. Public Security Act 1992.
The CPI (Maoist) and its front organisations, Radical Youth League (RYL), Rythu Coolie Sangham (RCS), Radical Students' Union (RSU), Viplava Karmika Sangham (Vikasa), Singareni Karmika Samakhya (Sikasa) and All-India Radical Students Federation (AIRSF) have been declared as ‘unlawful associations'.
The current spell of the ban on the naxalite party and its front organisations has been continuing from 2005 onwards and is extended every year.
“The CPI (Maoist) is continuing to indulge in unlawful activities and if not stopped, will constitute a serious danger and menace to public order, peace and tranquillity,” the government said in the order.
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