HM convenes CM`s meet to fine tune anti-Naxal operation
New Delhi: The Centre on Thursday said anti-Naxal
operations will continue till the extremists agree to talks,
adding it has convened a meeting of Chief Ministers of four
Naxal affected states in Kolkata next month to fine tune the
A Home Ministry spokesperson said the meeting, scheduled
for February nine is to fine tune coordination for the
inter-state joint operation against the left-wing extremism.
It would be attended by Chief Ministers of Jharkhand, Orissa,
West Bengal and Bihar.
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram had today held a
meeting with Jharkhand CM Shibu Soren here and later said
anti-Naxal operations would stop only if the left-wing
extremists abjure violence and decide to come to the
Soren had earlier said his government was on board with
the Centre over the multi-state coordinated offencive against
the Naxals, which will see over 60,000 paramilitary personnel
in action besides the state police.
On January 22, Chidamabaram held a meeting in Raipur
attended by Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh, the chief secretary
and director general of police of Jharkhand, representatives
from Orissa and the chiefs of Border Security Force (BSF) and
the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) for the same.
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