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8) “…the state is so weak in Northeast India that it has given up the monopoly of organised violence to non-state actors, especially to those that have signed ceasefires.” With reference to continued violent extremism in some parts of North East and the Union government’s response to these developments, critically comment on government’s policy vis a vis insurgents and suggest what should be its policy to deal with such extremism in the region.

Topic:  Linkages between development and spread of extremism; Role of external (and internal) state and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security. 

8) “…the state is so weak in Northeast India that it has given up the monopoly of organised violence to non-state actors, especially to those that have signed ceasefires.” With reference to continued violent extremism in some parts of North East and the Union  government’s response to these developments, critically comment on government’s policy vis a vis insurgents and suggest what should be its policy to deal with such extremism in the region. (200 Words)

The Hindu