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As the Central Reserve Police Force grapples with the Naxal menace, its new chief asserted that he will not shy away from taking determined action, including structural changes in the force, to meet the "formidable" challenge posed by the extremists. Director General K Vijay Kumar, who shot to fame as chief of Special Task Force (STF) which eliminated dreaded forest brigand Veerappan in 2004, took over the reins on Wednesday, of the nearly three-lakh strong force which is in the thick of action against the Naxals in various states. What are your expectations from new CRPF Chief ?

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Asked by INDU, 11 Oct '10 09:30 am
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The tribals who are going through mental trauma due to naxalities, have lot of expectations from new chief. The killing of 76 policemen on April 6 at Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, followed by the derailment of the Jnaneswari Express that left 150 dead and the killing of 27 CRPF troopers on June 29, are indicators of the degree of senseless violence they are ready to inflict. The decades-long insurgency has engulfed 230 odd districts and has manifested adequate consolidation lately. These attacks are also proof of the movement taking a terrorist turn, with the killing of innocent civilians not being a taboo anymore. Therefore, it is crucial to first divorce the plight of the Adivasis from the shenanigans of the Maoists. Additionally, at this point in time, this insurgency has assumed alarming proportions and stands poised to ratchet up the pressure to a dangerous next level that has the potential to destroy our democracy and replace it with an anarchy that does good to no one; the despotic r ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 11 Oct '10 09:35 am

 
  
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Hopefully nice actions
Answered by anil garg, 26 Jan '13 09:56 pm

 
  
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Simply stong action
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 11 Oct '10 09:43 am

 
  
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