Why did Narayan Chauhan become a Naxal?

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In 1968, Narayan Singh Chauhan joined an uprising that was painting Indian jungles red. Joined by comrades from different parts of the country, he was there to fight feudal lords, emancipate the peasants and crush the state. In his three year-long involvement with the Naxalite insurgency, Chauhan was involved in multiple encounters and also admits to killing a revenue collector.

Tune in to this snippet of Let’s Talk About: Naxalism – Part 1 to listen to his story.

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