90 districts in 11 States are considered as affected by Left Wing Extremism (LWE) which may be brought down after the review with overall improvement of the situation.
To combat the LWE menace in a holistic manner, Government of India formulated a National Policy and Action Plan in January 2015, which envisages a multi pronged approach
In line with Philosophy of strike hard, tough action will be taken against Naxals spread in 90 districts in Central India.
Government accords top most priority to national security, says President addressing the parliament indicating measures taken including surgical strikes
Jharkhand government deployed 22 battalions of CPMF, whereas Bihar has 9.5 battalions in counter Naxal role.
Demonstrated political will and mandate could lead to initiatives to resolve boundary issue with China, proxy terror war by Pakistan and internal insurgencies.
There are ample opportunities to achieve closure of numerous separatist and extremist militancy in India which needs exploitation by the government post May 2019
MHA review of Left Wing Extremism (LWE) in 2018 outlines achievements in the last four years substantial improvement in the LWE scenario noticed.
G K Pillai acknowledged plan of 2009 leading to control Left Wing Extremism but main battle lies ahead as main force of rebels Peoples Liberation Guerrilla Army yet to be dented.
Rajnath Singh attended passing out parade of 241 Bastariya Battalion of CRPF in Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh .
90 districts in 11 States are now covered by the Security Related Expenditure (SRE) Scheme which is mainly applied to areas under Left Wing Extremism and list of ‘Most Affected Districts’ has been pruned to 30
Security forces will control the areas along the communication arteries while Maoists will retain their sanctuaries in the forests and will foray for ambushes and raids
Left Wing Extremism variously known as Maoism or Naxalism in 2006-07 regarded as single most significant security threat to country.
Rajnath Singh chaired reviewed development projects and security related issues in Left Wing Extremism and reiterated concept of SAMADHAN.
Shri Hansraj Gangaram Ahir in reply outlined Government has comprehensive National Policy and Action Plan under which multi-pronged strategy implemented to deal with Left Wing Extremism.
Government has comprehensive National Policy multi-pronged strategy being implemented to deal with Left Wing Extremism centered around security related measures, developmental interventions and ensuring rights and entitlements of local communities .
Shri Rajnath Singh said country is agitated with martyrdom of 25 CRPF personnel in incident of April 24, 2017 in Burkapal, Sukma district of Chhattisgarh.
State Governments should complement programmes of Central Government for development of LWE affected areas, to fulfil dream of Prime Minister of “SABKA SAATH - SABKA VIKAS.
Shri Rajnath Singh to review situation in Left Wing Extremism affected States and Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana and West Benga to attend .
Ministry of Home Affairs clarified reports on recent Sukma incident, its not correct to observe lack of financial resources reason for casualty of valuable lives of police and CRPF personnel .
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