West Bengal Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has provided jobs to the families of those who went missing in the Maoist era. The state government has also provided jobs to many Maoists who have given up their weapons and returned to normal life. At the administrative meeting in Kharagpur, Mamata Banerjee has provided financial assistance to those who have left the Maoist activities.

After receiving this news, many people in the village claimed that they were involved in Maoist activities. They have demanded jobs from the state government. However, the villagers have also threatened to start a new movement if they don’t get a job.

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According to reports, the residents of several villages in the area have united and started planning a movement. All the people in the group have claimed that there were involved in Maoist activities.

A few people in the group said, “We were imprisoned for a long time for being involved in Maoist activities. Many cases are being filed against us. We have been doing several movements in Jangalmahal.”

The members of the group also claimed that the state government promised to give jobs if they do not get involved in Maoist activities.

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Tarapada Mahato, a resident of Dumurkota Shirshi village, said, “Many of us have been involved in subversive activities during the Maoist era. Many cases are still pending against us. The government has promised to give us jobs. But we are still deprived of any job or government facilities.”

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has provided jobs to the families of the missing persons during the Maoist era. The families were also vocal in demanding jobs. Residents of Dumurkota village have warned of a big movement if there is no job provided to them.