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Do you think UPA is doing their best to tackle Naxal menace?

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Asked by xyz, 20 May '10 09:38 am
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Not at all. It's high time that our respected home minister should resign. He should accept his moral responsibility, also those people including opposition, C.P.M, those writers who praise naxals and their gruesome activities and others should be feel ashamed of themselves, who always like to play dirty politics from whatever their hands lay on. Within a short period of killing CRPF personnel and now 50 persons loosing life in ghastly incident in a democratic country; it means simply the ineffectiveness of ruling set-up. The state govt. is ineffective. The Maoist menace has been uncontrollable for many years, all reveals one thing that the Central govt. must make serious attempt to correct it instead of issuing mere statements. Actually we have a government filled with all incompetent people who can just boast of big thing and their actual capability is zero. Such people do not care about the life of any person. These naxals are outcomes of them. They are just playing with the life o ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 20 May '10 09:42 am

 
  
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No ..they are not bold enough to tackle these naxals and maoists....They should take bold actions like China ,when the Chinese Government killed 200 students just for blocking the roads and protesting...These idiots (naxals,maoist etc..)have created huge losses to the Indian Government and these incapable political leaders cant take a decision...I think Mr.P.Chidambaram should be changed.Because he is good only at Finance and not at Home Ministry.
Answered by Manikandan, 20 May '10 09:42 am

 
  
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No..
They have lingering behavior.. on d issue
Answered by Devendra, 20 May '10 09:42 am

 
  
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No I dont think it is doing anything worthwhile
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 20 May '10 04:31 pm

 
  
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No, lack of direction and co ordination at all levels
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 20 May '10 04:00 pm

 
  
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Their divide & rule policy is clear in the open; even among themselves anti and pro mavoitsts pulling the legs of our VEER JAWAN facing the Red Hoodlums in the Jungle without proper food or even drinking water some times. Vande Mataram
Answered by UNNIKRISHNA RAMAN, 20 May '10 02:55 pm

 
  
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UPA Govt is doing as best as could have been done by NDA any other govt. These matters of internal strife are the toughest things to deal with. In case of war with another country or terrorism which can be termed as 'waging war on India', the enemy is clearly defined and all means are fare to tackle them. But here Naxalites are not foreign aggressors nor 'terrorists declaring war on India'. I don't say that their method of killing is to be appreciated, but it is a fact that they are being supported by the people of India. By such people who don't have clothes to cover their nakedness...leave alone food to eat and clean water to drink. These tribals and other poor people constitute the greater part of India. The well to do Indians are lesser in numbers but have the greater part in governance. For the last 63 years, these neglected people are still where they were before independence, where as the rest of India (the smaller part) talks about 10% growth and going to moon and becoming worl ...more
Answered by QueSera Sera, 20 May '10 10:13 am

 
  
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No
direction less policy
Answered by anil garg, 21 Dec '11 12:23 pm

 
  
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Central government cannot escape its responsibility to handle the problems related to naxalism and save he country from the danger posed by naxalite groups, by anti national forces acting from inside the country. They cannot put blame squarely on state governments saying that naxalism is law and order problem and hence a subject of state government. Only fool can accept the theory of law and order problem cited by Ministers in Central Government or leaders of Congress Party or any other person like Lalu Yadav even after experiencing large scale killing of CRPF and common men in last one month only , that too on one place only and that in Dantewara district in Chattisgarh state. This is happening despite the fact that Chief Minister of Chattishgarh is making all efforts to handle naxalism and extending all support to Central government wholeheartedly. In other states like Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhand mass killing by naxalites has become common feature and he ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 23 May '10 11:07 am

 
  
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