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By : Rajeev Sharma, Strategic Analyst, Columnist, Publishing
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China And Pakistan Supply Indian Maoists

January 11, 2012: Even as China continues to harass India on security and diplomat issues, the Indian intelligence agencies have come up with far more disturbing reports which have huge implications for India’s national security.

 These classified reports reveal that Maoist leaders have been secretly visiting China’s Yunan province for arms training and China has set up a weapon manufacturing facility in Myanmar’s Kachin province. The Kachin factory produces near-exact replicas of AK 47 rifles which are supplied to the Maoists. The Indian government has long been aware that the Maoists are equipped with sophisticated weaponry, and now the source is known.

 Even more dangerous is the growing proximity of the Maoists with Pakistan based Islamic terror group Lashkar-i-Taiba and terrorist leader Dawood Ibrahim. The Indian Maoists have also cooperated with Islamic terrorist run, drug operations. Several Indian states report that Maoists are pressuring local farmers to grow poppy (for opium and heroin) on their farms.

Maoists now talk of working with Islamic terrorists (who want to make Kashmir part of Pakistan), Kashmiri separatists, and Islamic radical groups determined to make India a Moslem state. The Maoists seek to make India a communist dictatorship and are willing to work with other anti-Indian groups, even if those groups have goals that ultimately clash with those of the Maoists. The Maoists have declared their goal of overthrowing the government in New Delhi in two decades, though these plans are mere day dreams, given the fact that the Maoists have of late lost several key leaders. The Indian government has declared Left Wing Extremism, another name for Maoists, as the single biggest internal security challenge for India.

 However, the pace at which the Maoists have been reaching out to the outside world in their armed struggle against India is being viewed by Indian security officials as a serious challenge. Indian security and intelligence agencies are concentrating on the funding of the Maoists. A significant point that has come up recently is their newly-discovered proximity to some Europe- based organizations which have also funded the Maoists in Nepal in the past. One such organization that has come on the radar screen of the Center is the Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organizations of South Asia (CCOMPOSA). – RAJEEV SHARMA

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3 comments on "China And Pakistan Supply Indian Maoists "
  Commented by  manish kumar, SEO | Web-cms Developer | FreeTips-- shoot me an email | Mobile SEO | Do more than Just !    | 01 15 2012 15:38:36 +0000
good info sir :)
  Commented by  Srinivas suravajhala, Asst. Manager.    | 01 15 2012 11:48:56 +0000
OMG. This is the most disturbing one as far as internal security of the soil is concerned. The Human right activists, HRCs and some of the courts have a lenient view of these maoists/maoist outfits. They are coming in the way of Law enforcing agencies every now and then and making derogatory comments on the officers who are fighting hard in combating this menace. 

The Union Govt. should have a centralised policy to fight against the maoists. The print and visual media also have a soft corner towards the maoist leaders. Centre should spell some directions to the media in this regard. Maoist groups shall be declared as terrorist outfits.
  Commented by  S. Muralidharan, Head, Project Planning/Strategy, Knowledge Foundation    | 01 15 2012 05:53:18 +0000
Rajeev ji, what you have presented is a very distressing picture. Indian Government should strengthen our Diplomatic Relations with Neighbouring countries.  

The Nepalese Maoists continue to say that unless the Maoists of the South Asian region work jointly to counter  what they perceive as the pernicious role of India, final victory would continue to elude them.  However well the individual organisations in different countries of South Asia might be doing, Maoism, in order to succeed and thrive, has to succeed in the region as a whole and defeat the Indian hegemonists, they say.  

This is a very serious threat mushrooming with the support of various Maoists organisations which are continuously getting support from the members of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement (having their headquarters in the USA),with their membership spread across the world, i.e., Bangladesh, Nepal, Peru, Turkey, Haiti, Tunisia, Columbia, Iran, and the USA.

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