Comrades Association

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The Comrades Association was a communist organization that operated in the State of Hyderabad in India during the rule of the Nizam. It represented the Communist Party of India in Hyderabad State.[1] The Comrades Association played a very influential role in the Andhra Mahasabha.[2] Revolutionary Urdu poet Makhdoom Mohiuddin and Raj Bahadur Gour were among the active figures in the Association.[3] Along with three other groups, the Comrades Association was organized as the Nizam State Communist Committee in 1939, and played an active role in the Telangana Rebellion.[3]