Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist)
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|Founded||22 April 1969|
|Dissolved||31 July 1972|
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The Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) was formed by the
The CPI(ML) party was formed by the radicals within the
"There were two nuclei of radicals in the party organisation in West Bengal. One "theorist" section around Parimal Das Gupta in Calcutta, which wanted to persuade the party leadership to correct revisionist mistakes through inner-party debate, and one "actionist" section led by
Charu Majumdarand Kanu Sanyalin North Bengal. The 'actionists' were impatient, and strived to organize armed uprisings. According to Basu, due to the prevailing political climate of youth and student rebellion it was the 'actionists' which came to dominate the new Maoist movement in India, instead of the more theoretically advanced sections."
It occurred in Naxalbari of Siliguri subdivision,Darjeeling district under the leadership of communist leaders like Charu Majumdar and others who later became the part of CPI(ML).
In the Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh, communist leaders aligned themselves with the then formed AICCCR and launched peasant upsurge in Srikakulam which continued for almost 5 years in late 1960s and early 1970s.