India’s tribal peoples caught between Maoist rebels and the state

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Sukma, India( CNN) In central India, neighbourhoods find themselves trapped in the middle of a decades-long conflict between Maoist rebels and the government.

Maoist rebel groups — also known as Naxals — use the jungles of central India for their hideouts, from which they launch attacks on government armies in an attempt to overthrow the nation and usher in a classless society.