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Fight against the Maoists – need a unified strategy (1)




A lot of problems that India faces in terms of internal disturbances are ignored till they are almost too late to solve. So, the Punjab problem was allowed to grow without actions being taken to stop or take concrete actions to stop the problem, the same with the Kashmir problem. Now, we have seen the same problem with the Maoists. Over the past many years, it has been proclaimed that the huge zone that the Marxists control in the backward, densely forested areas of the country was a problem to the security of the country, but there were no concrete actions taken to stop this growth, or address the root of these issues.
Even more so than the Punjab and Kashmir problem, the problems leading to the growth of the Red problem in states such as Andhra Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkand, West Bengal, Orissa, Bihar and Maharashtra are basically problems related to governance and political issues. It is no coincidence that the ultra-left group has grown in areas where there are low levels of development, where the state institutions (police, babudom) are seen as heavy-handed or absent. It is this feeling of a separateness from the overall economic development happening in the country that is feeding the ultra-Marxists growth. All these are issues that the state needs to address, and different state Governments have responded differently. So, for example, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh have a much more nuanced strategy that has evolved in the recent years of combining police action with a development based strategy.

At the same time, the current level of growth of the Maoists and their uncompromising belief in the need for destruction of the current instruments of the state mean that there needs to be a military / police action against the ultras. This is something that has been missing in the past few years. In fact, there are widespread allegations that political parties have been upto their usual tricks, taking support from the Marxists (consider the allegations made against Mamta Banerjee of running with the ultras in her campaign against the Left Front Government in West Bengal, and the allegations that the Congress under YSR in Andhra Pradesh had taken support of the ultras when trying to defeat Chandra Babu Naidu). As long as something like this level of support continues, it will very hard to defeat the ultras .. (to be contd..)




1 comment to Fight against the Maoists – need a unified strategy (1)

  • FIGHT AGAINST MAOISTS & OR OTHER TERRORISTS, IS NOT THE RIGHT STRATEGY.BETTER DO NOT WASTE PUBLIC EXCHEQUER & DO NOT CAUSE SO MANY OTHER ALLIED LOSSES INCLUSIVE OF PRECIOUS LIVES MAY BE OF MAOISTS & OTHER ORGANS OF SOCIETY,INNOCENT COMMONERS & EVEN THE PERSONNELS OF GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES LIKELY TO BE DEPLOYED IN THIS VERY FIGHT.

    THE RIGHTEOUS POLICY IS, TO ESTABLISH A HOUSE OF MILITANTS-(COMPRISING OF TOP BRASS OF ALL MILITANTS’ OUTFITS) & THE CHIEF OF THE ARMED FORCES OF INDIA SHOULD BE THE SPEAKER OF THIS H.O.M.- HOUSE OF MILITANTS, WHICH SHOULD HARNESS THE PROWESS & CAPABILITIES OF THIS FORCE AS INTERNAL GUARDS.

    IT IS A COMPLETE CHARTER WHICH IF IMPLEMENTED SHALL FINANCIALLY BE SELF SUSTAINING & NOT CONTAINING AT THE COST OF PUBLIC EXCHEQUER.

    OBVIOUSLY TO RUN THE AFFAIRS OF A GOVERNMENT IS A BUSINESS & THIS CHARTER CAN BE IMPARTED TO THE GOVERNMENT AGAINST A M.o.U. IN THE PRESENCE OF ELECTRONIC & PRINT MEDIA MAGNATES,IF THE GOVERNMENT IS REALLY SERIOUS TO TACKLE THIS SO CALLED MENACE—AAG
    Associated Advisors Guild through dr.amritgaur at:aagassociates@yahoo.com

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