The People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA), fighting under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), continues its actions in the People's War. The CPI (Maoist) organised a successful armed march in Sukma, Chhattisgarh on 18 March. The march was against and denounced the operations of the reactionary forces, especially against the indigenous people. This was done by demonstrating against four new camps of the reactionary forces that are under construction in the Konta region of Sukma. In 2022 alone, 20 new bases of the reactionary army were built in the region.

A large number of locals participated in the protest. Slogans against the state were shouted and pictures of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior officials of the old Indian state were burnt.

Also in Chhattisgarh state, 14 vehicles engaged in road construction work were set on fire in Abujhmad on the Kanker-Narayanpur border on 19 March. At the construction site in Gundul village in Koylibeda in Kanker, PLGA militants destroyed at least eight tractors, two bulldozers and other machinery used for road construction.

In Bijapur district in Chattisgarh, an action was carried out against a police platoon deployed to secure the police station under construction. Deputy platoon leader Viday Yadav was killed by a landmine planted by the PLGA.

Recently, the reactionary Indian state has again stepped up air strikes and land operations in the so-called Red Corridor - the comrade-ruled regions of India. Especially the state of Chattisgarh is affected by the murderous operations of the reactionary Indian state, but at the same time it is also a flashpoint of the revolutionary struggle. The PLGA continued its resistance against this and called on the masses to fight against the attacks.