While Telangana goes to the polls next month, nine posters bearing the name of the outlaw Maoist organization have popped up in the city of Bellampally, in the district of Mancherial.
"These posters, six in one city and three in two cities, seem to have been stuck between 3:00 and 4:30 by strangers who could even be the extremists themselves," said Balu Jadhav, deputy police commissioner for Bellampally. .
The posters, including a banner on a piece of red cloth, bore the name CPI (Maoist) and its front organizations, Singareni Coal Belt Committee and Sirpur-Chennur Dalam, and sought to boycott the city. 39, election of the Assembly.
Posters called TRS, Congress, BJP and TDP, described the newly formed "Telangana Jana Samithi" as opportunistic. They also claimed that the big left parties served "the cause of the leaders through the parliamentary system". . "
Stressing that the Maoists have been calling for a boycott of the elections for 20 years, the ACP states said: "We do not neglect to know who stuck the posters. And we will not relax our vigil. "
Mr. Jadhav said that since he was providing security coverage to the candidates at the December 7 election, it will be strengthened following the latest developments. "We will ensure that the participation rate is as high as possible," he added.
The police are monitoring the hiding places known to extremists and their supporters, as well as conducting territorial domination exercises in recent weeks. In previous incidents, posters with the same request had appeared in villages along the Pranahita River in the Chennur area.