Amit Shah, in the mood to curb the Naxals, is the big target for 2021


HomeHunt Desk: Home Minister Amit Shah is paying close attention to the eradication of Naxals from the country. He also held a meeting on the issue last month. The meeting also discussed new steps to eradicate Naxalism from the country. Expressing dissatisfaction with this, he instructed to find out where and why the problem started.

According to sources, Home Minister Amati Shah also sought information about the officials who were defeated in the crackdown on the Naxals. The CRPF is working to eliminate all Naxal bases in Bihar, Jharkhand and Maharashtra by next summer.

According to the statement, “the police to suppress the people's movement has decided to move the operation in the fight. This promotion is a lot like the new path of Salwa Judum. The Modi and Bhupesh Baghel governments have sent thousands of central paramilitary forces for the task. Helicopters, weapons and ammunition are spending billions.

Excluding Naxals?

A big problem of the country is the exclusion of these Naxals. The Naxalite movement is a fierce movement of the Communist Party of India leaders Charu Majumder and Kanu Sanyal against the country's power system. This movement started in 1961 from Naxalbari in West Bengal. Charu Majumdar was one of the admirers of Chinese Communist leader Mao Tung Tung. He felt that the government was responsible for the plight of farmers and workers in India.