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It has been discovered by security forces that left parties have nexious with miaoists/naxalites/isi/china/ulfa for carrying out violence activities in india to fulfill their ideology and some intellectuals are advocating for them and trying to force the govt not to take tough action against naxalites, and people like ram chandra guha, arudhanti rai,mahaswetadevi are always advocating for trouble makers and against govt, what do you think our govt should do for the interest of the nation?

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Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 31 Oct '09 08:25 pm
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Its really a shame on their part if they are doing so, the govt should take all neccessary action against them to put an end to it.
Answered by Shikha Aggarwal, 31 Oct '09 08:58 pm

 
  
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I do not think our recognised Left Parties who participate in the elections and even govern some states have any nexus with the organisations and country mentioned in the question. Some of the personalities mentioned are in fact not advocating for the trouble makers but they fight for the human rights of the suppressed persons e.g. people belonging to certains castes, communities or tribes. Government should try to bring all the organisations for discussions around the table and should try to solve these long standing problems politically.
Answered by Francisco, 31 Oct '09 08:29 pm

 
  
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Yes it is a fact As a matter of fact I had come across a news report some years back, blaming India for the 1962 war with china and making fun of the Indian army, in a vernacular news paper These fellows have their masters across the border and they follow THEIR MASTERS' VOICE
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 01 Nov '09 01:48 pm

 
  
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It is really shame to the intelligence ppl
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 31 Oct '09 08:34 pm

 
  
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WOW WOW WOW buddy! U just wequated the Maoists w/ the ISI, and the ISI w/ the ULFA and the Naxalites w/ China! That's like equating Sachin Tendulkar w/ Nelson Mandela & William, Duke of Normandy.

The ULFA are fighting for a separate homeland inthe North East following a TRIBAL KINGDOM model. They received help from MYANMAR (not China) but the Myanmar Govt reached an agreement w/ Indian govt after we agreed 2 stop diplomatically shielding elements of Aung Sang Syu Kyi in our borders.

The ISI has been involved in anti India activities after 1947 and especially after the Sino Soviet split. In tht era, the Soviets actively encouraged espionage against Pak thru India- KGB heavily collaborated w/ RAW. So the ISI collaborated w/ China w/ the agenda of destabilizing India. Except that our chief backers (the KGB) is dead & the Pakistani's backers are not.

The Naxalites are there because our income distribution models sees it fit to allow 82% of the population to die, whilst reward ...more
Answered by A Moin, 05 Nov '09 02:01 am

 
  
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Apparently this is the question of a prejudiced mind. Our is a democracy and each one is entitled to hold his views without fear or favour. The Left holds sympathetic views about Maoists,Naxalites and to some extent even with Ulfa does not mean they approve their destructive ways. What they try to convey is that there is certainly a logic behind these movements and these cannot be put downnust by force but with negotiations. The fact that Maoismand Naxalism which was earlier restricted to a few pockets has now spread wider despite all the coercive measures adopted by government shows that there is a basic truth and justification of their strugtle and it is necesssary for us to take due cognizance of it. The resort to violence by these movements is to draw attention and underline the urgency of early action to meet their demamds/ Mpw Gpvt/ jas extemded am Olivebranch to them for negotiations.
The very fact that these movements have not only sustained themselves but also increased ...more
Answered by radhikamruta, 31 Oct '09 09:29 pm

 
  
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