Naxalism

Various Issues and Challenges in the anti-Naxal strategy and measures in India

December 21, 2015

Various issues and challenges in the anti-Naxal strategy and measures in India include Land reforms, empowerment of the grassroot organizations, transparency in land acquisition, employments, presence of efficient government machinery etc. They have been discussed below: Implementation of Land Reforms The most critical component of the Anti-Naxal...

Government of India’s response to Naxalism

December 21, 2015

There are several components of Government of India’s response to Naxalism. These include deployment of paramilitary forces and dedicated anti-Naxal forces, Modernization of Police forces, Investment in security related expenditures, Investment in local infrastructure, various development programmes etc. Some of them are discussed below: Operation Steeplechase Operation...

Factors Responsible for Growth of Naxalism in India

December 21, 2015

The Naxal affected areas are tribal dominated districts in the interiors of the states where the administrative architecture and development has not reached. The discontent among the population of these areas is on the matters of rights to lands, forests, mining, development and the caste based discrimination....

Current Extent of Red Corridor and Trends in LWE in India

December 21, 2015

Currently, Left Wing Extremism has been identified as the gravest internal security threat to India, surpassing terrorist movements in Kashmir and the North-eastern insurgencies in overall impact. Red Corridor The Naxalites have created or are in the process of creating an alternative state structure in India in...

Tebhaga Movement

December 20, 2015

The Tebhaga movement was led by the share croppers of the Bengal region against the oppressive jotedars in 1946-47. The uprising was due to the share cropping system that prevailed in the Bengal. During the early nineteen century a new class of rich peasants known as jotedars...

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