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Though Chidambaram is a good h.m, but operation green hunt was his wrong and impulsive decision. Government should have more patience and they should talk him(naxal) without precondition. Condition might be imposed on success of talk. There is a sect of media who believe in Maaro Kaato jalao but if at this time government make any mistake it will permanently divide this country from within and for forever because there is million of people who have sympathy with this naxal. Take the example of jawahar lal nehru university. What do you think?

Asked by Hilyas, 19 May '10 05:18 pm
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Naxalites who are killing the innocent have no pardon and they should be eliminated from india soil
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 06 Sep 03:00 am

 
  
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Yes
it is a hard task
Answered by anil garg, 13 Sep '10 01:06 am

 
  
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The Indian state has the force as well as the means to fight the maoist ideology.............effective planning n implementation of force with fast development of the region can effectively tackle naxal strength...........also in a democracy like india people are free to comment and exprees themselves...........but the majority of indian people feel that violence cant get u anywhere............the naxals are just like terrorist............ideologically motivated to throw away rule of law...........giving gun in the hands of an illiterate tribal is a crime against humanity...........they refuse to talk when the HM Chidambaram offers to talk again n again...........actually they want a revolution like in Nepal which is impossible in india ...........they r fighting a lost battle..............the violence will continue for coming many years but finally they will be defeated...........indian army is much stronger and capable to take them on anytime.........but socio economic problems of th ...more
Answered by gaurav shokeen, 25 May '10 05:58 am

 
  
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Using your own troops to kill your own people is flawed policy numero uno. And the CRPF looks drained of morale, because the war they're fighting isin't a "war" but more so a domestic genocide against Tribal's. The CRPF says it doesn't have permanent barracks, bla bla bla, but then Naxals sleep in open jungles and their morale seems to be just fine.

Operation green hunt = South Vietnam and we all know what happened to dat.
Answered by A Moin, 25 May '10 05:37 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 11:08 am

 
  
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Too long a question
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 19 May '10 08:47 pm

 
  
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In a war some battlels may be lost but that should not make us abandon war. A war is essentially a long drawn out affair and requires patience for conducting it. A couple of reverses ,even at the start, should not lead to abandonment of war. Never mind about the Press.There are bound tobe good andbad papers but letting them unfettered itself will drive out the bad.
In fact it is only in PC's time India has sat up and taken a careful view of the Naxal problem whereas till now it was all romanticism. Look to the reverse suffered by Maoist in neighbouring Nepal when the people of Nepal as such stood up against it. It is the prople of INdia who will defeat the Naxals.
Answered by radhikamruta, 19 May '10 05:37 pm

 
  
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Its sad that evn after so much negotiations with the rred they are out ona rampage.we require effective tackling thru our forces which will take time as we cant make such a massive strike all of a sudden.we need to preparea plan or else we will end up like sri lankans . look wot name they earned for themsleves frm UN after wipin off ltte! ... n its so ironical that jnu has sympathy for the red . after all naxals initially opposed nehru...the man after whom the univ is named!
Answered by maya, 19 May '10 05:27 pm

 
  
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