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Are MOists(naxals) a very serious threat to the country today?

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Asked by gaurav shokeen, 10 Oct '09 05:53 pm
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Yes they do, almost from the entire Indian political spectrum. Noticeably, when the Naxalite movement first started in the late sixties in West Bengal, it was the CPI-M that cracked down hardest on the Maoist rebels, with ample support from the Congress at the Centre. At village levels, the Naxalites' terror tactics have spawned local armies to provide protection to the landlords and others. The most infamous of these is the Ranvir Sena in Bihar and Jharkhand, formed by Bhumihar caste landlords, which kill tribals, Dalits and landless labourers either in retaliation or to enforce their domination
Answered by DARE DEVIL, 10 Oct '09 05:56 pm

 
  
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Before i used to think these naxals have some socially relevant issues & govt. should listen to their grievances, but by going by their hyper violent activities of present & unrealistic ideologies, i feel that they have to be nipped in bud right now & crushed ruthlessly for forever, till they become a very grave & serious threat to our great & beloved country.
Answered by incredible creature, 10 Oct '09 05:59 pm

 
  
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Politicians are serious
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 03 Nov '09 12:56 am

 
  
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