India is 'losing Maoist battle'

Date: 15 Sep 2009


MQLQEY: CENTRALISED STATE, CHARACTERLESS CORRUPT MINISTERS AND RULING (FOOLING) ESTABLISHEMNT, BABOO(N) RAJ, RED TAPE, NEPOTISM AT THE TOP (NEHRU DYNASTY SINCE 1947), SHAMEFUL ARTICLE 370 OF CONSTITUTION FOR SOUTH KASHMIR, HAJJ FACILITIES TO MUSLIMS DESPITE PARTITION, SOVIET STYLE CONTROLLED EDUCATION & MEDIA, AND SLAVISH JUDICIARY ARE THE CAUSES OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL DECOMPOSITION OF INDIA THAT IS MINUS FIVE PROVINCES (NOW PAKISTAN). REMEDY: THE REMEDY IS GIVING AUTONOMY TO THE PROVINCES AS IN THE UNITED STATES AND THE EUROPEAN UNION. THE REMEDY IS TO TREAT THE INDIVIDUAL CITIZEN WITH RESPECT, NOT WITH STICK AND SLAP. THE REMEDY IS RULE OF LAW. THE REMEDY IS ONE LAW FOR ALL, NOT SHARIA FOR THE MOHAMMEDANS. THE REMEDY IS TO EDUCATE THE MASSES ON THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PARTITON AND INDEPENDENCE THAT TOOK PLACE ON AUGUST 15, 1947. THE TEMEDY IS “SONIA TO ITALY AND MUSALMAN (BEIMAN, SHAITAN, HAIWAN) TO PAKISTAN. THEY ARE DETERMINED TO TAKE A POUND OF FLESH AS WELL AS A TON OF BLOOD OF THE POOR DOWNTRODDEN HINDUSTHAN WITH NO VOICE IN AYODHYA. =============================== 12:24 GMT, Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:24 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version India is 'losing Maoist battle' Maoists have a presence in almost 200 Indian districts India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says his country is losing the battle against Maoist rebels. Mr Singh told a meeting of police chiefs from different states that rebel violence was increasing and the Maoists' appeal was growing. The rebels say they are fighting for the rights of the poor. They operate in a large swathe of territory across central India, and in some areas have almost replaced the local government. More than 6,000 people have been killed during their 20-year fight for a communist state. 'Going up' "I have consistently held that in many ways, left-wing extremism poses perhaps the gravest internal security threat our country faces," Mr Singh told a conference of Indian police chiefs in the capital, Delhi. "We have discussed this in the last five years and I would like to state frankly that we have not achieved as much success as we would have liked in containing this menace." The prime minister said that despite the government's best efforts, violence in Maoist-affected areas was going up. The prime minister admitted that the Maoists had growing appeal among a large section of Indian society, including tribal communities, the rural poor as well as sections of the intelligentsia and the youth. Mr Singh said a more sensitive approach was necessary in dealing with the Maoists. "Dealing with left-wing extremism requires a nuanced strategy - a holistic approach. It cannot be treated simply as a law and order problem." The rebels operate in 182 districts in India, mainly in the states of Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and West Bengal. In some areas they have virtually replaced the local government and are able to mount spectacular attacks on government installations. The rebels say they are fighting for the rights of poor peasants and landless workers. 000000000