Patthalgaon, MP, June 12 (UNI) A new naxalite organisation has increased its activities and pasted posters of 'Lal Salam' in villages bordering Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh.
The outfit, People's Liberation Front of India, is reportedly luring unemployed youths in anti-government activities.
Superintendent of Police Akbar Ram Korram said vigil against the outfit has been tightened and police have increased patrolling in the area.
He said the outfit has reportedly intruded from Simdega district in Jharkhand.
According to villagers, armed members of the outfit were luring youths and strengthening their roots with the help of locals. Their members had stopped construction-related government work in nearby villages.
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