Naxals/Maoists Watch

Should the Indian government use armed forces against the naxals/maoists?


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Defenceanalyst91

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The Urban Naxal ..These are all communist ideology people who are infiltrated into all govt organisation just to work as sleeper cells .Now imagine a naxal in CBSE can just leak Question paper few days before Examination and create ruckus across the country ..Which is why dismantling the ecosystem is more important before going full on against the naxals in jungles
Why most of the Maoist leaders hav Rao as surname?
 

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There r reports some armed Maoists r camping in ooty district of Tamilnadu. We hav a long way to go against our fight against Maoists. Need to eliminate their intellectual supporters hiding in our institutions/ ngos/journalists.
 

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No naxal encounters in past 4 weeks, isn't it?
let's hope all gains are not lost again.
Looks like after some of the recent encounters Naxals have suffer major loss and casualties. So they have gone underground to regroup themselves and collect some courage for further activities

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Looks like after some of the recent encounters Naxals have suffer major loss and casualties. So they have gone underground to regroup themselves and collect some courage for further activities

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that is all part of Guerrilla Warfare Tactics........like they say " When Tiger step 2 feet back means it will attack four steps ahead " ..... so we must never underestimate our enemy....
 

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that is all part of Guerrilla Warfare Tactics........like they say " When Tiger step 2 feet back means it will attack four steps ahead " ..... so we must never underestimate our enemy....
This is the time when we should deepen our intelligence network in naxal strongholds and as they start there movement again we could knock off their leadership brass

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The Urban Naxal ..These are all communist ideology people who are infiltrated into all govt organisation just to work as sleeper cells .Now imagine a naxal in CBSE can just leak Question paper few days before Examination and create ruckus across the country ..Which is why dismantling the ecosystem is more important before going full on against the naxals in jungles
Not only that these urban naxals can change text books too..thats huge threat to future generations
 

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Bastar's original nature is to live independently and its people prefer to live in the lap of nature, without any hassles. But the situation has completely changed now and suspicion and fear has crept into the minds of locals,

So he prefers that people live in the jungle without electricity, education, medicine, job or working toilets? Good luck to CG folks
He believes Naxalism is a socio-economic and political issue. "I feel there is a need to initiate a dialogue with the affected people, mainly of Bastar, and all other stakeholders on how to bring an end to violence and fear in the region. Every section of society, tribals, intellectuals, local businessmen, rights activists and even the forces deployed in the region are affected, one way or another,
Basically he is unhappy that Naxals are dying. This would increase good governance in the region & stop countless others like him from running their own rackets in every field from drugs to mining.
 

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Ramansingh is ruling Chattisgarh for 15 years. But still Maoists strike security forces at their will. This is the most mysterious movement in India. There is no information who is their leader or why these idiots r hell bent on causing unnecessary bloodshed.in the end Nothing will change . We should make crpf and Bsf a real fighting force. Centre should not use them as security guards
Now that RamanSingh is no longer the CM, naxal killings will magically disappear in CG as their own party is in power now.
 

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So he prefers that people live in the jungle without electricity, education, medicine, job or working toilets? Good luck to CG folks


Basically he is unhappy that Naxals are dying. This would increase good governance in the region & stop countless others like him from running their own rackets in every field from drugs to mining.
In any approach to insurgency, there is an element of good cop - bad cop being played. Surely, the hard power element of the state would not allow a co-opted leader to weaken the fight against Naxals. This guy has probably been vetted and following a script.

In the N.E insurgency where Doval operated, it was the civil society activist who were the primary source of intel for the security agencies. Looking back at our childhood, when the father beats a kid, the kid goes and cries in the mother's lap, so the mother knows everything the child is going through. She has the ability to mold his behavior. "Beta, agli baar mat karna". So a boundary is created that beyond a certain threshold (i.e civilians picking guns), they will get a hard response and knocked back into civil society. IF they raise their issues with the "mom" (aka milard, NGO, media, political parties etc) then space shall be granted to them. Just the presence of this soft option prevents a lot of at-risk population from falling into the hands of insurgent narrative.

Sun Tzu says that a cornered rodent fights like a tiger. We're trying not to corner anyone. If there are 5 terrorists trying to recruit a group of 100 civilians, the primary factor that will weigh in on their decision to join will be "is this avoidable?". As long as the population feels that there is a way out, they don't get in the 'kill or be killed' mode. From time to time, this will mean that police and/or army official will be punished in public trials and the media will do halla. It's a part of the narrative building to make people believe that their issues are being resolved when they raise their issues through civil society.
 

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Kerala: Maoist leader killed in shoot-out with police at resort

A Maoist leader was killed during an encounter between Maoists and the Thunderbolts wing of the Kerala Police at a resort in Wayanad on Wednesday night, Manorama News reported. It is learnt that the shoot-out occurred at a private resort along the National Highway and two Maoists suffered injuries.
A five-member Maoist gang had approached the owner of Upavan Resort on Kozhikode-Bengaluru Highway on Wednesday in an extortion bid. However, when the staff refused to give in, the Maoists took some of the people at the resort hostage, and demanded money and food for 10 people.
https://www.theweek.in/news/india/2019/03/07/kerala-maoist-leader-killed-shootout-police-resort.html
 

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