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THE UNMAKERS OF INDIA!!

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Such incidents are a reminder to the citizensof India that political apathy towards the people is somewhat permanent in India. Petty politics prevented CMs of Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala from attending this crucial meeting chaired by Amit Shah and in fact they sent junior ministers or official representatives to attend this meeting while issuing lame excuses of pre-scheduled commitments.

Two incidents took place in Indian politics within 24 hours that show the apathy of the Indian politicians towards the people of India. Mamata Banerjee had made a heck out of the fact that the Centre did not allow her to travel to Rome to attend a peace conference. The very next day, the West Bengal Chief Minister had the audacity not to attend the most significant meeting called by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah to review the ongoing efforts that are divided into two – elimination operations against Naxals-Maoists and development projects in the interiors of India.
Such incidents are a reminder to the citizens of India that political apathy towards the people is somewhat permanent in India. Petty politics prevented CMs of Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala from attending this crucial meeting chaired by Amit Shah and in fact they sent junior ministers or official representatives to attend this meeting while issuing lame excuses of pre-scheduled commitments.
The key question is, can there be something more important than the security of the people and the State? When the Centre and willing States are working on a roadmap to eliminate the Naxal problem in about a year, the absence of leaders who aspire to become the Prime Minister in future depicts a very sorry state of affairs.
Pinarayi Vijayan’s security apparatus in Kerala is as good as his handling of the Covid crisis; the State is getting engulfed in it increasingly. The Home Ministry data disclosed back in 2018, during the tenure of Rajnath Singh, that Naxalism was being eliminated increasingly from all states but it had actually found entry for the first time in Kerala and is growing rapidly there. Karnataka, just in the north, is free of insurgency. Mallapuram, Palakkad and Wayanad in Kerala have become a breeding ground for the Maoists but Vijayan choses to not to attend the meet in Delhi.
No paramilitary force can flush out Naxals if they do not receive support from the states both in the form of material support and intelligence. Forces need better weapons, gadgets and also chopping off the support lines and finances of the adversaries. The urban naxals such as Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira, Vernon Gonsalves, Sudha Bharadwaj, Gautam Navlakha, Harsh Mander, Arundhati Roy, Kanhaiya Kumar and other fringe groups such as tukdetukde gang are the resource bank of Naxals. Hence, it is the State's responsibility to tame them with a heavy hand. States will have to partner in Anti-Naxal operations.
Choking financial resources is the ‘basic mantra’ in the fight against Maoists. Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) needs constant aggression in thinking, aggression in strategy, aggression in the deployment of security forces, aggression in operations, aggression in bringing development and aggression in road linkages in Naxal hit areas.
MHA will have to be cautious that a defensive deployment may result in reduction of operational offensive. The Naxal problem is a blot on Indian democracy.
Efforts to suppress democracy through the influence of guns will never succeed in India. MHA should not let its guard down; the Central Government has widest powers granted by the Constitution of India to compel a State that is not observing the directions of the Centre, to tow its line!

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