Naxals are `biggest threat` to democracy: Chhattisgarh CM
Raipur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman
Singh has described Naxals as the "biggest threat" to
democracy and vowed to pursue its current policies to
eliminate the Maoist menace.
Naxalism and terrorism are the "biggest threat" to the
country and its democracy. If democracy is to be kept alive,
the Naxal violence has to be eliminated, he said at a function
here last night.
The state will remain firm on its policies while
tackling the Naxal violence, Singh said, adding the people of
Chhattisgarh are with the government in this fight.
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