Indiska regeringen försöker förmå EU att stoppa stöd till naxaliterna

India briefs EU about violence perpetrated by Naxals
New Delhi: India on Wednesday briefed the European Union about the violence
perpetrated by Naxals and urged it to ensure that the rebels do not get
support from the organisations based in its member countries. In a meeting,
the Ministry of External Affairs sensitised EU representatives about the
violence being carried out by CPI (Maoist), which killed more than 8,100
people since 2001. The move came after CPI(Maoist) had recently thanked more
than two dozen organisations in Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland,
Holland, Sweden, Italy, Norway, Spain, Britain, Brazil, Canada and
Philippines which took part the November 24, 2012 conference in Hamburg
supporting of the “people’s war in India”.

The MEA took the initiative after the Ministry of Home Affairs provided
supporting documents about the terror being carried out by the Naxals in
nine states, which resulted in killings, maiming of people, destruction of
public and private properties, forests and natural resources. During the
meeting, the representatives of the EU and Euro-Asia division of the MEA
discussed issues concerning human rights in the region. Following an appeal
of the International Committee to Support of the People’s War in India and
the Hamburg-based League against Imperialist Aggression, people from
different parts of the world attended the Hamburg conference to exchange
views, support the “struggle of the Indian people against imperialism,
semi-feudalism and bureaucratic capitalism”.

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