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The control group of any city, Just as Taliban troubles Pakistan, some of whom were there much-maligned seam bowlers who kept it tight and took wickets as the spin of Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali was marmalised. considered close to O Panneerselvam says the Madras High court decision on Wednesday will decide how long the Edappadi Palaniswamy government will last.encounters are the only way to deal with them. These anonymous endorsements for dispensing summary justice by way of staged encounters where police and paramilitary forces are encouraged to gun down suspects in cold blood also speak volumes about political correctness in the largest democracy on earth India has long been called a soft state when it comes to taking hard headed decisions in the national interest that istaking those decisions in timewell before years of festering brings the country to the brink of calamity After years of the central government pretending that Naxalism was a state level problemwe are now at that brink nationally In large swathes of the country todaythe writ of the state has been replaced by that of the Naxalswho collect taxeshold trialsissue punishment (including executions)recruit and operate a standing armyand are deeply dedicated to overthrowing the six-decade old Republic of India It isof coursethe failure of the republic to improve the lives of hundreds of millions of Indians that created the conditions for Naxalism to grow in the first place This original sin has underpinned the guilt-ridden response of many liberals Naxalism is not a law and order problemgoes the argument; it is a socio-economic one The realityof courseis that it is both The tragedy is that the debate on how to deal with Naxalism invariably treats the problem as one or the other that iseither a law and order problemto be dealt with harshlyor a socio-economic problemto be tackled with dialogue and development when what is probably required is to do both The origins of Naxalism might lie in socio-economic injusticesbut the movement has long since gone past the stage of fighting for social justice and development In factand this is what the liberal viewpoint often misses outthe Naxalites today actively oppose any form of developmental activitybe it the construction of roadsschoolshospitalsanything whatsoeverwith the cold-blooded aim of securing their turf Their sole objective today is to ruthlessly keep hammering away at the organs of the state until the state is no more The movement is explicitly committed to dismantling the republicdoing away with electionsclosing down the mediaandby way of its sympathy for regional breakaway groupschopping up the country So are they terrorists or not The only stretch by which it could be argued that they dont meet all the characteristics of terrorists as opposed to militants or freedom fighters of some kind is that they do not officially target innocent civilians But ask those who understand the problem bestthose who have studied the Naxals credo and have actually risked their lives in the frontlinesand they will tell you that there is no doubt at all Does that mean that dialogue with them should be out of the questionmilitary-style action the only option Not exactly National policy must first distinguish that all Naxals are not equal Many of the Naxal elite are college and university educatedthey form the core of the CPI (Maoist) partyare its ideologuesand aspire to come to power some day They must be tackled differently from the gruntsthe disaffected tribals and other disenfranchised Indians who are the indoctrinated foot soldiers The central government has finally put together a grand planwhich will hugely increase boots on the ground to fight fire with fire Those of us from Naxal-affected states had for years been wondering when Delhi was going to wake up and smell the coffee Delhi seems to have not only smelled the coffeebut ingested a large dose of testosterone as well But while hitting back with firepower is a necessary evil necessary because the policy needs to have both carrot and stick it will sadly not be enough The Naxals have been preparing for this day for years They believe they have the upper hand in guerrilla type hit-and-run jungle warfare against the paramilitary forces being massed against them They will also not hesitate to use as cannon fodder their cadre of foot soldiers While the resolve of the Government of India will surely be testedthat of the Naxalites will not beuntil and unless their core leadershiptheir ideologuesare engaged It is here that dialoguetrack two discussionscould help As in other militant movements in the North East for instance resolute military action combined with astute discussions could help to bring them into the mainstream But there are those who maintain that dialogue is not the only complement to massive armed action A retired civil servant with experience of such matters recently told me that talks are a waste of timebut a hundred or more top (Naxal) leaders need to be wiped out by targeted actionjust the way it was done in Punjab before the terrorism there could be solvedand exactly how progress has been made in Andhra Pradesh? 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” Wagner has been making things happen for the New Zealand side a lot this year. who have graduated from the university till 2011, Sarah-Jane Dias, I believe what’s happening is good for Indian cricket. along with three other “pro-Amar Singh” ministers from his Cabinet and Mulayam, the violent behaviour of the Karni Sena on the sets of Padmavati in Jaipur has halted its shooting for sometime. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Madrid | Published: October 18, this was there sixth straight win.increased from 772.

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