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Which of the following seem like ideals followed by Naxalites in India?
  1. Equal distribution of wealth
  2. Unequal distribution of wealth
  3. Exploitation of the working class
  4. Non-exploitation of the working class


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The correct options are
A Equal distribution of wealth
D Non-exploitation of the working class
In 1967, a local peasant uprising took place in the Naxalbari Police Station area in Darjeeling. The objective of this movement was to voice the exploitation of the farmers by the landlords. They also tried to confiscate the land of the landlords and distribute it among the tenants. After 1967, the activities of Maoists groups increased. This movement was initiated and led by the local cadres of the Communist Party of India which followed a marxist form of communism. Communism is a theory or system of social organization in which all property is owned by the community. In this system, each person contributes and receives according to their ability and needs.

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