The logic behind the anti-Hindu schemes of Congress
There is nothing unusual about UPA government’s sympathy for Maoism.
Pro- Maoist leader Dr. Binayak Sen is a prominent leader of the civil society. Sonia Gandhi, who has filled up her National Advisory Council (NAC) with civil society activists and supporters is the chief patron of the civil society activists.
The UPA government, influenced by the civil society, has always been sympathetic to not only the Maoist movement, but all militant movements in the country.
The first major decision of the UPA government after coming to power in 2004 was the abolition of Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA), a move welcomed by all terrorist and secessionist outfits in the country.
Since then, the UPA government had been showing extra-ordinary interest in holding peace talks with Maoists, ULFA militants, Kashmiri militants and also with Pakistan. There had been about 30 major jihadi terror strikes in India since last five-six years, including the 2006 serial train blasts in Mumbai and 2008 Mumbai terror strikes, in which hundreds of people were killed and many more hundreds were injured. But the UPA government continues to stick to its soft on terror policy. If our government itself supports all militant and secessionist movements in the country, how can our motherland survive as a nation?