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Locals of Swabhiman Anchal and Mahupadar axis are wholeheartedly participating in the celebration of India’s 75th Independence Day.

Malkangiri: 14/8/22:Responding to the appeal of the government to observe ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, the locals of Swabhiman Anchal and Mahupadar axis are wholeheartedly participating in the celebration of India’s 75th Independence Day.

oining the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign, they are voluntarily hoisting the National Flags at their homes and organizing Tiranga rallies.

National flags were hoisted at all the schools and offices, houses, and boats in this area including remotest villages like Jantri, Ralegada, and Sarukabandh for the first time in the last three decades, which are situated adjacent to the AP border. The local people are voluntarily celebrating “Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav” and even coming to the security camps to encourage the jawans, according to police.

Once considered to be the Headquarter of AOBSZC of CPI(Maoist), the Swabhiman Anchal (Cut-off area) from Jantri to Ralegada under Malkangiri district was the stronghold of the banned outfit for more than 2 decades until recently when things changed dramatically due to continuous efforts of government administration and security forces.Maoists used to oppose the celebration of days of national importance like Independence Day and Republic Day by hoisting black flags. Hoisting of the Tricolour and other programs were not allowed even on government office premises. Instead, the Maoists resort to widespread violence on these occasions. The situation in the Mahupadar-Temurupally axis (Tulasi axis) was also the same.

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