Naxals: Why are they against India and what makes them betray their own country?

The nation has been taken by storm after a bunch of urban Naxals were arrested by the police couple of days ago. Most of them were not arrested for the first time, infact they were arrested in past by none other than Rahul Gandhi’s UPA government. But now he’s exhibiting his hypocrisy by calling that it is an undeclared emergency by the Modi government.

When former PM Indira Gandhi was assassinated, it was followed by a series of violence where around 10,000 people were killed. But now if the security agencies arrest the people who were conspiring to kill PM Modi, then it called as the death of democracy. Isn’t this a bizarre claim?

Even a newbie to this sensational issue would say that the arrested people were Naxal sympathizers. But we need to know who these people are? Why are these people deadly to India?

Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Bihar, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh are the states that are affected by the Naxals to some extent. They target the youths who are jobless and instigate them to hold guns and attack at the government.

Now the next question is what makes them to betray their nation?

Most of the urban Naxals who are a faculty member of prominent universities claim that India’s democracy is under attack. They even attack the Indian heritage and culture. But the question is why they do this even though India has provided them with everything. They are even abusing the Prime Minister of India yet they roam free. So the question is why they are betraying India even after they are getting the utmost freedom.

The answer is, they want to topple the democracy of India and run their own parallel government. But this is not possible in India as the Indian democracy is very strong.

Now let us have a look top ten deadly Naxal attacks on India!

  • Naxal Attack in Sukma (2013)

The Naxals attacked a convoy of Indian National Congress leaders in the Darbha Valley in the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh on 25 May 2013 and killed least 27 people. The people killed included former state minister Mahendra Karma and Chhattisgarh Congress chief Nand Kumar Patel; and another Congress leader died due to injuries on 11 June 2013. But today the Congress party is backing the Naxals so that PM Modi could be dethroned.

  • Naxal Attack in Jharkhand (2012)

In this attack, thirteen policemen, including the officer-in-charge of Bhandaria police station were killed and two others injured when Naxals triggered a landmine blast near the jungles of Bariganwa in this district.

  • Maoist Attack at Gariyaband (2011)

Again the attack took place targeting the police. Nine policemen from Chhattisgarh, including an additional superintendent of police, were killed in this Maoist ambush in Sunabeda wildlife sanctuary of south-western Orissa district of Nuapara close to borders of Orissa and Chhattisgarh.

  • Naxalite Attack in Dantewada (2010)

This was one of the deadliest attack in which 6 CRPF policemen were killed. The attack took place near Chintalnar village in Dantewada district, Chhattisgarh on 6 April 2010.

  • Silda Camp Attack (2010)

This attack took place on February 15, 2010 where the Naxals ambushed Indian security forces in Silda (some 60 km from Midnapore) in West Bengal, India. Due to this, 24 paramilitary personnel of the Eastern Frontier Rifles were killed and many others were abducted by the Naxals.

  • Naxalites Triggered Landmine (2010)

This deadly attack took place in the border area between Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra, on 8th October, 2010. Due to a landmine, 3 Indo-Tibetan Border Police were killed and a military jeep was also destroyed.

  • Naxalites Attempted Derailment (2010)

This time the Naxals had derailed the Triveni express and Kolkata–Mumbai mail and killed 150 persons.

  • Naxal Attack in Gadchiroli (2009)

In this attack at least 17 policemen were killed and two others injured in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district. This cruel act was carried out by nearly 200 armed Naxals, dressed in olive green uniforms who attacked a police patrol about a kilometre from Lahiri village.

  • Nayagarh Naxal Attack (2008)

In an attack that took place in Nayagarh in Orrisa, the Naxalites killed 14 people, including 13 policemen and injured 10 others and also looted the district armoury.

  • Naxalites Attack in Chattisgarh (2007)

In the year 2007, this was one of the biggest Naxal attack that claimed the lives of  55 police personnel and injured over a dozen. The attack against the security forces in Chhattisgarh was carried out by more than 300 heavily armed Naxals in Chattisgarh’s Rani Bodi village.

Naxals are neither the enemies of BJP nor Congress, but of India!

“These are the enemies of the state. It’s not about BJP or Congress. What I failed to understand is whenever something of this kind happens why they get rattled? These are very dangerous people and they are invisible enemies of India”. This was what the film-maker Vivek Agnihotri had to say about the Naxals.

Unfortunately, the Congress party is supporting the enemies of India.

Source: Walk Through India

Hansika Raj