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Major ambush in Chhattisgarh denotes Naxals attempting to retain control and looking at new issues for keeping the movement alive.
Maoist use of high technology platforms as drone is evident, in addition weapons and munitions factories have also been discovered.
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri G Kishan Reddy, regarding Naxal violence said that incidents of Naxal violence have continuously gone down in the period 2017-19.
While considerable success has been achieved in curbing the threat of Naxalism in Jharkhand the large number of districts which are affected, leaders and splinters will remain concern
Passage of important bills strengthening in internal security reduction in violence highlighted in achievements in 2019
34 camps have reportedly been established in sensitive areas of Bastar division of Chhattisgarh in the past two years thus extending the security grid in the Naxal affected zone.
Multi-pronged approach comprising Security and Development Initiatives implemented to holistically tackle LWE Menace: Shri G. Kishan Reddy
Maoist Target Elections, increased activity Jharkhand, launching ambushes, IEDs, attacks on public and private infrastructure.
Government of India approved implementation of umbrella scheme of Modernization of Police Forces in 2017 which is being pursued with vigour across the board.
While there has been a general reduction in the area under the control of the Left Wing Extremists , concerns over expanding nature of capabilities
Jammu and Kashmir, North East and the LWE affected areas were most seriously impacted as per the Report despite progress made in neutralising groups and strong resolve of the government
LWE Zone in Central India, Uptick in SF Operations security strategy to continue but operations intensity to increase as Government finds Naxals on back foot losing territory , cadres.
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.
Odisha Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy claimed that only five of the fifteen districts in the State are now affected by Left Wing Extremism
Government determined to firmly handle Internal Security problems said Minister at 81st raising day celebrations of CRPF.
Steadfast implementation of the National Policy and Action Plan - 2015 has resulted in consistent decline in Left Wing Extremism (LWE) related violence and geographical spread of LWE influence
The number of terrorist incidents has substantially reduced during 01.04.2009 till 30.06.2019 as compared to previous decade says Ministry of Home Affairs
There has been a steady decline in Left Wing Extremism (LWE) related violence and geographical spread of LWE influence in the country.
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
Left Wing Extremism related violence in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand has significantly declined over the years due to successful LWE strategy
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