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A school in Ushariya village bordering a new mining lease area. The guideline prepared by the MoRD on the Saranda action plan notes that ‘the tribal inhabitants have been victims of long years of official apathy and isolation from the development process due to Maoist’s presence.’ But activists, historians, local politicians and tribals say the region was free from insurgency till the year 2000. The area was a melting pot of parallel struggles, for tribal autonomy and government recognition of rights to forests- the monumental failure of which eased the entry of Maoists.
Photographs by: Sayantan Bera
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