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Giridih: After a long gap, the People Liberation Front of India (PLFI) posters pasted on the walls of various houses of village Atka under Bagodar police station of Giridih district, have created fear among the rural population. At least three such hand written posters were put up by the suspected PLFI activists on the walls of some houses at Atka village on Sunday.  

“As soon as we received the information, a team of police officials visited the spot and seized the posters from there. Primarily, it seems to be an act of any anti – social element, but nothing concrete can be said unless we probe the matter,”, said the Bagodar PS incharge Surendra Kumar Singh.

Apart from criticizing the ongoing operations against the Maoists across the regions, the ultra outfits have threatened particular group of people or individuals of dire consequences if they fail to hand them over the required levy amount within given timeframe. These posters were written in the name of the self styled PLFI area commander Vikash Srivastav.  

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