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Once a Maoist bastion, West Bengal's Jhargram district is now a tourist hub

Back in 2010-11, this region was a hotbed of political turbulence and a stronghold of the militant group, Communist Party of India (Maoist)

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Maoists | Communist Party of India | tourism

Dipanjan Sinha  |  Kolkata 



Jangal Mahal, maoist hotbed, jhargram, bengal, tourism
Rooms in all 41 private hotels and resorts and the six government properties in Jhargram are booked till January, says Madhusudhan Karmakar, secretary of Jhargram Hotel Owners Welfare Association

When the stringent lockdown for Covid-19 was finally eased in July, Md Sarif Nawaz from Bardhaman in decided that he had had enough of staying home.

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First Published: Thu, December 24 2020. 06:10 IST

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