Naxal Control


The Central Reserve Police report on Naxals has said that with new policy and technique to deal with Naxals is succeeding in its objective. The incidents of Naxal violence have decreased. In the year 2015, 75 districts in different states were badly affected by the Naxal menace. Now this number has come down to 58. In the new technique drones are used to locate Naxal movements and hit them. The combined operation by the Central Reserve Police, Indian Air Force – Border Security Force – Indo Tibetan Border Police and Armed Police of States are jointly carrying out day-night operations against Naxal in the entire areas known as Red Corridor spread over seven states of West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. They are also active in Balaghat and Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. Some years back they operated Arms Factory in Bhopal City. Now police are able to penetrate deep into the forest to encounter Naxals. Unfortunately the other day in Narayanpur area of Chhattsigarh in an encounter with Naxals killed 4 police jawan and 7 injured. About terrorists in Kashmir it is said that (it is an area on borders will Pakistan and China and it are aiding the terrorist with arms and funds. But the Naxal violence started from West Bengal and spread out upto Maharashtra. The violent movement of Naxals should have been nipped in the bud in West Bengal itself. The Naxals have regular supply of arms and ammunition, unless this supply lines are not cut it will be difficult to wipe out Naxals completely. They are virtually parallel Government in the areas held by them. They are collecting extortion money and protection money from all the business and industry working there. Even the reputed Industrial House of Ruias owner of Essar undertaking were caught giving extortion money of Rs.16 lakh. The ESSAR operating iron ore mine in Naxlas areas. A BSF constable caught in Allahabad collecting arms and ammunition for Naxals. They are damaging rail track in Jharkhand, once they captured Rajasthan Express. Naxals situation are still very grim.