In India, the Naxalites are various armed political groups with communist and maoist ideologies. They have been declared a terrorist organisation by the government of India. The Wikipedia article further states that for the past 10 years, it has grown mostly from displaced tribals and natives who are fighting against exploitation from major Indian corporations and local officials whom they believe to be corrupt.
How much support do the Naxalites enjoy among the population? The Indian countryside does house a sizeable population in deep poverty, and Dalits are not rarely discriminated against. Does this create a "breeding ground" on which people voluntarily join the naxalites or passively support their actions, or do they almost exclusively rely on extortion and violence to achieve their political goals?