Centre of Indian Communists
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|Centre of Indian Communists|
|Dates of operation||1974– 4 July 1977|
|Motives||To throw the capitalist society and establish a communist society|
|Active region(s)||Kerala, India|
Centre of Indian Communists (CIC) was a minor Maoist group in the Indian state of Kerala. The organisation was founded at a convention in Ernakulam in 1974. It included elements that had broken away from Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)).
CIC was one of ten Maoist groups that were banned by the Central government on July 4, 1977.
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