20 July, 2022
Naxalism in India
Causes of Naxalism
Gaps in the socio-economic system of the country
Lack of basic facilities
Lack of coordination between state police and central forces
Confusion over tackling the Naxalism as a social issue or as a security threat, even the state government considers Naxalism as the central government issue and thus is not taking any initiative to fight it
The steps were taken by the Government:
This Scheme was for 3 years 2017-18 to 2019-20 with an outlay of Rs.3000 crore.
The government of India provides funds for Police Modernization to all the States.
Strategy to end Naxalism
Rehabilitation and resettlement
Stop the political marginalization of weaker sections
There is a need for a holistic approach focusing mainly on the development and security-related intervention which will help in tackling the Naxalism effectively.
Source: The Indian Express
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