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Ya’ll Nibbiars first screw the communist unions of OFB who supply arms and ammunition to these bastards, else it will be difficult to counter them. Ban communism in India and kill all Communshits.
 

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Where do they get weapons and funding from? Clearly this has been going on for decades and must have some local traction?

India’s Unsolved Maoist Terrorism Problem​

The latest bombing on May 1 underscored that the threat from Naxal insurgents is very much still present.

By Vinay Kaura

May 03, 2019

Exposing the Modi government’s bombastic claims that the terrorism challenge has been confined to the disputed Kashmir Valley, Maoist insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district on May 1, killing more than 15 security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations.


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India’s Unsolved Maoist Terrorism Problem


In this grab made from video provided by KK Productions, Indian paramilitary soldiers walk past the remains of a bus that was blown up by Maoist rebels in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh state, India, Nov. 8, 2018.

Credit: KK Production via APExposing the Modi government’s bombastic claims that the terrorism challenge has been confined to the disputed Kashmir Valley, Maoist insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district on May 1, killing more than 15 security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations. Gadchiroli, which borders Chhattisgarh state, another Maoist stronghold, has witnessed increased violent activity in last few days


 

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Where do they get weapons and funding from? Clearly this has been going on for decades and must have some local traction?

India’s Unsolved Maoist Terrorism Problem​

The latest bombing on May 1 underscored that the threat from Naxal insurgents is very much still present.

By Vinay Kaura

May 03, 2019

Exposing the Modi government’s bombastic claims that the terrorism challenge has been confined to the disputed Kashmir Valley, Maoist insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district on May 1, killing more than 15 security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations.


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India’s Unsolved Maoist Terrorism Problem


In this grab made from video provided by KK Productions, Indian paramilitary soldiers walk past the remains of a bus that was blown up by Maoist rebels in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh state, India, Nov. 8, 2018.

Credit: KK Production via APExposing the Modi government’s bombastic claims that the terrorism challenge has been confined to the disputed Kashmir Valley, Maoist insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district on May 1, killing more than 15 security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations. Gadchiroli, which borders Chhattisgarh state, another Maoist stronghold, has witnessed increased violent activity in last few days


Weapons source :
1) Looted weapons from police some times from paramilitary
2) Country made ( they have some small units to produce the weapons)
3) Smuggled from Nepal ( strong links with Nepali Maoists ) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communist_Party_of_Nepal_(Maoist_Centre)
4) Ordinance factories have strong Left lobbies sometimes OFB is the source of weapons and ammunition.

you will be surprised same Hidma guy wiped off half of the local congress leadership in 2013 , this time also lured the forces and set up a trap and 23 braves lost their lives
 
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Where do they get weapons and funding from? Clearly this has been going on for decades and must have some local traction?
You won’t believe where they come from, they come from the same company which supplies the Armed Forces, OFB!!! The OFB is in today’s date a 100% fully communist company thanks to Indira Gandhi allowing Ruskes to bring as much communism in India as possible.
 

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You won’t believe where they come from, they come from the same company which supplies the Armed Forces, OFB!!! The OFB is in today’s date a 100% fully communist company thanks to Indira Gandhi allowing Ruskes to bring as much communism in India as possible.

Dude dont conflate this stuff.

For sake of argument if it were so, MHA is under BJP rule for 6+ years now....what have they done exactly to bust such crime syndicates and deploy CBI etc on them? Haven't heard a peep about it.

Rather, BJP is just as much in cahoots with the OFB babus et al. as anyone else....or dont want to change status quo there much at all.

OFB over-unionisation and monopoly-cartelisation with heavy statist intervention/protection (i.e "communism") is different matter to them being involved in waging war against the very state that provides the statism for them in first place.
 

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Who finances and supports these terrorists? And what do they want to achieve?
 
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Where do they get weapons and funding from? Clearly this has been going on for decades and must have some local traction?

India’s Unsolved Maoist Terrorism Problem​

The latest bombing on May 1 underscored that the threat from Naxal insurgents is very much still present.

By Vinay Kaura

May 03, 2019

Exposing the Modi government’s bombastic claims that the terrorism challenge has been confined to the disputed Kashmir Valley, Maoist insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district on May 1, killing more than 15 security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations.


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India’s Unsolved Maoist Terrorism Problem


In this grab made from video provided by KK Productions, Indian paramilitary soldiers walk past the remains of a bus that was blown up by Maoist rebels in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh state, India, Nov. 8, 2018.

Credit: KK Production via APExposing the Modi government’s bombastic claims that the terrorism challenge has been confined to the disputed Kashmir Valley, Maoist insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district on May 1, killing more than 15 security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations. Gadchiroli, which borders Chhattisgarh state, another Maoist stronghold, has witnessed increased violent activity in last few days


I think we should used the same pakistani strategy of carpet bombing these schmucks disregarding collateral damage...use em Apaches, Rudras and LCHs
 

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I think we should used the same pakistani strategy of carpet bombing these schmucks disregarding collateral damage...use em Apaches, Rudras and LCHs
They are Indians and its a political problem when you don't provide the very basic needs like medical, roads, schools drinkable water what you expect such populace will do
sometimes back a person in bustar only makes 18Rs a day, try to live there for a day and then think.

India should use better surveillance, but no need of any heavy weapons
 

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May the victims rest in peace.

Who finances and supports these terrorists? And what do they want to achieve?

Major credible + sustained finance and support is mostly given by foreign intel networks and "non-state" actors from those same places (you dont need to look far, the name "Mao" in Maoist tells you a big one).

When the original earliest movements started in the naxalbari area in the late 60s (there was an uprising by radical faction of the mainstream Communist* party)....the issue was not nipped in the bud then and allowed to fester and take larger shape and scope.

Also local sympathisers+disgruntled folks and their organisations (and extorting thug networks, some are in local govt even or part of various related syndicates)....there is a very large "hawala" (unofficial/black money) network that is used to keep many patrons clean above surface etc. As India formalises payment networks and taxes/land/assets etc, this clamps down and restricts...but it takes time.

As for what they want to achieve, there is no real defined goals depending who you ask. They officially want a full communist revolution across India....but most of their backers just see it as easy way to cause pain in Indian interior (where Indian army cannot be deployed so easily for political reasons) at fairly nominal cost to them.

*If you ask me Communism itself cannot exist in democratic system (in the same way other parties take for granted), it has revolution and overthrow of any multi-party state inherent within it.....these parties should have aligned to "Socialism" instead....the fact they didn't is one of the longer term problems India has faced.
 

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They are Indians and its a political problem when you don't provide the very basic needs like medical, roads, schools drinkable water what you expect such populace will do
sometimes back a person in bustar only makes 18Rs a day, try to live there for a day and then think.

India should use better surveillance, but no need of any heavy weapons
It doesn't matter what weapons you use when you still end up killing em. Heavy weapons should be used if we wanna prevent casualties on our end. Also, the most undertrained, underequipped CRPF forces are sent to deal with the naxal menace while the well trained folks are either deployed in Kashmir or Northeast. One reason both Andhra & Telangana saw a drastic downfall of their naxal cadres is due to AP police Greyhound units which are their elite anti-naxal commandos who're significantly well trained and better equipped. The org structure and planning is also robust and is on par with elite IA troops

These Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand deployed CRPF troops are overseen by civil officers (IAS/IPS) who have no clue on military ops. All they look for is being transferred to a better place and don't give a damn about these ops. AP/TG and Orissa were able to largely eliminate naxals ever since BSF took over since they perceived and acted purely as a military op overseen by BSF planners while Greyhounds acted as an elite special ops support unit
 

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THE current IB chief has experience in the Naxal problem so sooner or later we will find some kind of breakthrough either by talks or by punishment

His intro by ndtv :

Arvind Kumar has been appointed as the new Intelligence Bureau or IB chief. Mr. Kumar, an IPS officer from the 1984 batch, belongs to the Assam Meghalaya cadre. Associated with the Intelligence Bureau for a long period, he has been fighting left-wing extremism. He also looked after the administration and inquiry branches of the bureau.
 
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They are Indians and its a political problem when you don't provide the very basic needs like medical, roads, schools drinkable water what you expect such populace will do
sometimes back a person in bustar only makes 18Rs a day, try to live there for a day and then think.

India should use better surveillance, but no need of any heavy weapons
There are people in other villages too who don’t get basic needs, you by wasting State’s resources by becoming a terrorist are the reason others suffer. They are terrorists and must be treated like one, neither they are Indians nor Humans.
 

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There are people in other villages too who don’t get basic needs, you by wasting State’s resources by becoming a terrorist are the reason others suffer. They are terrorists and must be treated like one, neither they are Indians nor Humans.
There is a reason they survived since 60s, and Govt under both BJP and Congress never used heavy weapons in these areas as they understand the impacts and no they are not terrorists, and regarding this ambush, they have proved time and again their strategy and intelligence is better then CRPF

On a side note only due to them the forests of Central India survived
 
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Rustom-1 has similar specs to Bayraktar TB-2 yet Indian Airforce doesn’t want it because they love imported items, I don’t understand what is their UCAV doctrine. If they consider expensive MQ-9 like drones as their doctrine then they should buy them up in huge numbers else buy domestic Rustom-1 UCAV for use in low intensity fights and conflicts like the ones in Naxal terrorism zones. They should remain in fear that a NAG missile can pop their heads up anytime from the sky.
 

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Rustom-1 has similar specs to Bayraktar TB-2 yet Indian Airforce doesn’t want it because they love imported items, I don’t understand what is their UCAV doctrine. If they consider expensive MQ-9 like drones as their doctrine then they should buy them up in huge numbers else buy domestic Rustom-1 UCAV for use in low intensity fights and conflicts like the ones in Naxal terrorism zones. They should remain in fear that a NAG missile can pop their heads up anytime from the sky.
Isn't Rustom-1 a UAV and not an UCAV! It is developed for surveillance and reconnaissance ops.
 
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