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It is important to neutralize sources of income of Left Wing Extremists, says Amit Shah

WebdeskSep 26, 2021, 07:57 PM IST

It is important to neutralize sources of income of Left Wing Extremists, says Amit Shah

It is very important to neutralize the sources of income of the Left Wing Extremists, said Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday.
   
His remarks came at a review meeting on 'Left-Wing Extremism' in New Delhi today.

"It is very important to neutralize the sources of income of the Left Wing Extremists. The agencies of the Central and State Governments should try to stop this by making a system together," said Shah.
   
He urged all the Chief Ministers to give priority to the problem of Left Wing Extremism for the next one year so that a permanent solution can be found to this problem. He also said that it requires building pressure, increasing speed and better coordination.
   
During the meeting, Amit Shah said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Government of India is committed to the development of Left Wing Extremism affected states. Shah said that it is a matter of happiness to share that under the leadership of the Prime Minister, there has been a lot of success due to the joint efforts of the Centre and the states in cracking down on Left Wing Extremism.
   
He said that while the incidents of Left Wing Extremism have come down by 23 per cent, the number of deaths has come down by 21 per cent. Shah during his address also said that in decades of fighting, we have reached a point where the death toll is less than 200 for the first time and this is a huge achievement for all of us.
   
He said that we all know that unless we get rid of the problem of Left Wing Extremism completely, the full development of the country and the states affected by it is not possible.
   
The Union Home Minister said that without eliminating it, neither we will be able to spread democracy to the bottom nor will we be able to develop the underdeveloped areas. So, instead of being satisfied with what we have achieved so far, we need to increase speed to get what is left.
   
Shah, who is also the Minister of Cooperation, said that the Government of India has been fighting a battle on two fronts for many years without paying attention to the political parties. He said that those who want to give up arms and join mainstream are heartily welcome, but those who take up arms and hurt innocent people and the police will be given the same response.
   
He added that the root cause of dissatisfaction is that development has not reached there in the last six decades since Independence and now to deal with it, it is very essential to ensure accessibility to fast-paced development so that common and innocent people do not join them.
 

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