Monday, October 12, 2009

cHindu hypocrisy on handling naxalite problem in WB and other parts of the country

From our reader Xinhua Ram exposing the double standards by Leftist media on the naxalite problem, juxtaposing similar problems, but different analysis simply because one happened in a state where the Left is in power:
How do you solve the Naxalite problem? Do nothing. Just protect the CPI(M) cadres!

Step 1: Keep out the armed forces

... every instance of unjust use of violence, including sponsored vigilantism of the Salwa Judum kind, erodes the state’s credibility, legitimacy, and authority. It is a betrayal of the trust reposed in it by the people. Naxalites, and indeed armed extremists of all hues, thrive by provoking state violence and inviting repression not just on themselves but on the civilian population as a whole. The Indian state must not lose sight of the long-term goals of addressing social and economic inequities, and achieving development targets.

Step 2: Help resolve Lalgarh crisis

..politically inspired violence seeks the cover of socio-economic grievances. Maoist outlaws who went on the rampage in the Lalgarh area of West Midnapore district of West Bengal, carrying out murderous attacks on workers of the ruling CPI(M) and destroying their houses and party offices, were looking to settle political scores in the guise of protesting ‘police atrocities.’ Using the neighbouring State of Jharkhand as the base, they established a reign of terror and drove out security personnel and CPI(M) workers and sympathisers.


Gandaragolaka said...

The "Salwa Judum" issue is especially tricky.

First of all, I concede that due to reluctance (or willful denial) of the centre in bringing in, the armed forces to deal with naxalites, a newly formed state like Chattisgrah had no other option but to equip the locals with arms.

At the same time, it is a dangerous ploy in the long run. Afghans were similarly equipped by the CIA and we all know how that one fanned out...

A whole generation of tribals brought up in lifestyle of guns and warfare is dangerous for the country.

What is the guarantee that they will leave guns once (if at all) maoists are eliminated from their territory?

Shyam said...

On another issue: It surprises me that unfailingly Praveen "terror" Swami manages to fit in "the progrom in Gujarat" when talking of jihadis:

Xinhua Ram said...

LiC's utopia sentences six ethnic Uighurs over July's unrest.

Anonymous said...

Chindu's overseas lords (like poor Oliver Twist) want more and more. They want Arunachal Pradesh and are extremely irritated by PM Manmohan's visit to Arunachal.

And now we have this report-

"Manmohan has every right to visit Arunachal: Pranab"

The (finance) minister was reacting to Beijing's objection and protest over the Prime Minister's recent visit to Arunachal Pradesh.

BTW, does India have a foreign minister at all?!