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What do u think whether naxalite problem will further rise or its days r numbered

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Asked by vinay, 19 May '12 08:37 am
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If they r dealt like punjab terrorism and LTTE terrorism then it can be solved
Answered by krish, 19 May '12 10:35 am

 
  
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Unless both the parties arrive at a meaningful conclusions, nothing can be achieved either side...!
Answered by Dil Se, 19 May '12 09:39 am

 
  
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Naxalite problem is quite a complex situation. It's cancerous. It is Indias long neglect to develop the tribal areas which has created large pockets of alienation against the government and these pockets have become the spawning ground of Maoist terrorism. The problem has already increased beyond proportions...The continuing inability of the governmentwhether at the Centre or in the Statesto counter effectively the spread of the activities of the Maoist insurgent. Till the govt.s fail to work out and resolve the concerns of tribals and their aspirations the problem will keep increasing and democracy will suffer... instead of working out an appropriate strategy which will address these operational deficiencies and at the same time pay equal attention to the political handling of the problem, there is an unwise tendency to militarise and it is like a brain tumor for this entire problem.
Answered by ABC XYZ, 19 May '12 09:04 am

 
  
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The problem of naxalism lies in not letting them live a decent life. In fact educated officer class of India hs thrived on their blood. They always thought it a birthright to use the funds meant for upliftment of poor in collusion with politicians and local businessmen. It's shameful and root cause. Unless they don't change, don't expect a solution to naxalite problem. They are not terrorists, but violent protesters.
Answered by manish varma, 19 May '12 08:53 am

 
  
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The problems are never attended seriously
Maoists side views are not heard properly by rulers
Not substantiating them but Green Hunt proj may be banned to start with
Answered by hitler, 19 May '12 08:38 am

 
  
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