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Why PC chidambaran is reluctant to use army against Naxals?

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Asked by xyz, 13 May '10 09:02 am
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Why should army be used against Naxals also? Over-use of army is not desirable in any country. If army is used for everything all the time then it means our police and para military forces are completely defeated!! Why maintain these CRPF, BSF etc?? They should be dismantled straight away then!
Answered by QueSera Sera, 13 May '10 09:15 am

 
  
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It's a million dollar question. Our country men are dying like flies and still the politicians are using untrained CRPF and Police for fighting Naxals. They are trying to achieve their end by terrorism, and hence are nothing but terrorists. PC and his government should wake up and stop passing on the buck to the State authorities who are ill equipped to handle situations of this magnitude. Poor police men and people are dying for no fault of theirs. Police should be well-trained and well-equipped as they are the first who face the bullet. But govt. is highly reluctant on this part. How many lives does this govt. want to wake up from its slumber? India is becoming chaotic. if we cannot fight the naxals, how will we protect our border from external enemies ? This is ridiculous. It is time to have a mandatory armed service for all Indian youth 18 years or older. In war the rule is very clear, either you kill me or I kill you. There can not be a third option. In this case we are upset bec ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 13 May '10 09:18 am

 
  
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It is a major policy decision
pc is speaking for the govt, not as a person
Answered by anil garg, 02 Sep '10 12:26 am

 
  
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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 11:11 am

 
  
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Vote Bank since Naxals also have sympathizers and supporters across the villagers.
Answered by Siachen, 13 May '10 01:44 pm

 
  
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Home ministry has its own elite forces like ITBP, Assam Rifles and other units who have a high combat training and also fall under the ambit of laws.
Answered by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 13 May '10 09:56 am

 
  
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Some politics behind this attitude. political party's muscle men will wipe out their
opponent by their goons and they will say naxals have done it. we have such a huge force , can't we wipe out naxals ? i don't believe it.
Answered by prabirb, 13 May '10 09:13 am

 
  
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