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Thursday, July 20, 2006


India Intelligence Report



 

 

 

   Broader Naxal Agenda

  The recent daring attack on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) protect camp is causing Home Ministry officials to finally pay attention to a politically-discredited Naxal blueprint document that describes their plan to further their evil agenda.
     
 

The recent daring attack on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) protect camp is causing Home Ministry officials to finally pay attention to a politically-discredited Naxal blueprint document that describes their plan to further their evil agenda. The document theorized that the Naxals had a 5 year plan to exploit labor disputes in industrial belts from Bhilai to Howrah in the East and Ahmedabad to Pune in the West, "simmering unrest" due to layoffs, social differences, and wage disparity use the labor unrests to expand their presence.

They also plan to create activities in Assam, Gujarat, and Uttar Pradesh by 2011 probably linking up with local disaffected groups such as United Liberation Front of Asom, Students Islamic Movement of India, and labor unions. Literature and documents seized from police operations in Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh claim that the Naxals have already created administrative zones in four states. The confiscated literature describes a plan that the two industrial belts are routes to take the "war" to urban areas.

 

 

Home Ministry officials say that the terror group had "stuck to their script" on a plan created in the 90s sparking new-found seriousness that their "future plan cannot be taken lightly anymore." Their plan is a result of a detailed documentation of analysis of socio-economic and cultural background, including castes, economic structure of different castes and sub-castes, labor issues, and problems faced by the people. They have then created a step-by-step process of expanding their operation to dominate areas within each state. They would then create zonal committees and cultural organization to gain foothold in areas where trouble is brewing-intelligence officials say that the Naxals have already established "cultural organizations" in these four states. They then infiltrate agitations over local issues and convert them into violent movements that can be controlled by a central leadership. Finally, they would handpick individuals who can be trained as cadre to establish local militia.

With such a program in place and a dominant space from within, they would cause the states to implode by destroying law and order, rule of law, administrative system, and then the revenue model. After a break down of governance, the Naxals then start their own kangaroo courts, taxation system, and administrative mechanism.

 

 

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