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Know where the Urban Naxal started?

 

Zee News Feb 18, 2021, 23:49 PM IST,



 One of the words we often hear in India is the Urban Naxal, in the era of tool kit movement they known as Urban Gorilla. But why did these people become Urban Naxals? Know the thinking of the youth of Naxalbari. Know in this segment of DNA

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