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Naxals want to establish Communist rule in India, says Home Secretary

Patna, Mon, 02 Apr 2012 ANI

Patna, Apr. 2 (ANI): Union Home Secretary R.K. Singh on Monday said the Naxals want to undermine the democratic system in India and bring in Communist rule similar to that of China.

Singh said the Naxals did not believe in dialogue and there was need to combat it.

Addressing the Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel and other forces here, Singh said: "There are many challenges. The challenges are very difficult. There are challenges at the border, but the challenges within the country are very difficult. The enemy we are facing believes in violence. It has no solution."

"Some people say it can be solved through talks, but no. They (the Naxals) believe that our democratic system is not correct. They want to destabilize our democratic system and establish Communist rule, like the single party rule in China. They want to establish it by force," he added.

The Union Home Secretary further said there are many NGOs, who are working for the ultras to propagate their hidden agenda in the pretext of sympathy for the poor and the tribals.

"It's all an excuse. The people who have been killed by them are mostly poor and tribals. This is all propaganda. Their battle is for supremacy," he added.

Singh also asked the forces to be ready to face challenges by the Jihadi terrorism

"Jihadi terrorism is another big challenge. People come from outside, through the border areas, through Nepal and take shelter to motivate the innocent people and persuade them to participate in terrorist activities," he said.

Stating that there are many challenges before the Home Ministry, Singh said: "I have full confidence that we will deal efficiently with these challenges and keep the nation safe."

The Union Home Secretary inaugurated the sector headquarters of the ITBP here today. (ANI)

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