According to Home Ministry, Terrorism is an important threat to the people of India. Terrorism found in India after some terrific group forms like religious terrorism, ethno-nationalist terrorism, and narco-terrorism.

A general meaning of terrorism, systematical use for threatening the people by violence to frighten a population or any ideological goals, government for political, religious.

Jammu and Kashmir are the long term regions for terrorist activities, they are mainly east-central and south-central India like Naxalism and seven sister states.

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Terrorism in India

Terrorism in India

National Security Advisor M K Narayanan told after the terrorist attack happens in August 2008 that as several as 800 terrorist cells are operating in the India. The security survey tells that as of 2013, in India 608 districts were affected by the terrorist activity. According to the US State Department, Terror attacked 231 civilian deaths in 2012 in India when compared to 11,098 terror attacked deaths worldwide and about 2% of global terror inevitabilities while it accounts for 17.5% of global population in India.

Media reports have declared that there will be a link with Pakistan and they will sponsor the terrorism in India, particularly within its Inter-Services Intelligence. In 2012, the US arrested Pakistan of allowing and disregarding anti-India terrorist cells working on its soil. But, Pakistan has rejected its involvement. Since 2005 the requirement of 707 lives and left over 3,200 were injured in attacks in July 2016, the Government of India delivered data on a string of terror strikes in India.

Terrorism in India

Terrorism in India

Major groups in India

Ethno-nationalist terrorism is the first group that forms to centers on creating a separate State within India and also even independent of India or as a neighboring country. To mark the condition of Tamils in Sri Lanka Violent Tamil Nationalist groups from India, as well as rebellious tribal groups in North East India are one of the ethno-nationalist terrorist group activities.

Religious terrorism mainly focuses on religious dominants which are a presumed duty and in solidarity for a particular religious group, against one or more religious groups within the state. For Example, In 2008, An Islamic group in Pakistan attacks Mumbai.

Terrorism in India

Terrorism in India

Left-wing terrorism is formed mainly to focuses on economic ideology, where all the current socio-political formations are seen to be economically exploitative in nature, and a disturbing change through violent means is essential. The ideology of Marx, Lenin, Engel, Mao, and others are recognized as the only valid economic path. For Example, an Maoist violence in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh by left-wing terrorism in India.

Narcoterrorism is a form of terrorist group that focuses on creating illegal narcotics traffic zones in the country. For Example, Drug violence in northwest India by narco-terrorism in India.

Recent Attacks by Terrorist

On 7 March 2017, in Bhopal and Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, an explosion on a passenger train traveling and several numbers of passengers were injured.

On 27 July 2015, by causing destructiveness in many ways, terrorists attacked a police station in Dinanagar in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab.

On 2 November 2014, on Wagah border of Pakistan which crossing there was an explosion that caused multiple fatalities after the flag threatening ceremony in the country.

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On 2 May 2014, declared militants shot civilians in two separate incidents in Kokrajhar at Assam. Eleven civilians are described to have been killed.

On 1 May 2014, in Chennai central railway station, there are two explosions. Police reports said that there are no foreigners are involved.

Terrorism in India

Terrorism in India

On 12 April 2014, Maoist separatists carried out 2 separate attacks by Seven election officials and five policemen were killed in the attacks at the state of Chhattisgarh. Police reports said that there are no foreigners are involved.

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On 11 March 2014, a Police was surrounded by Maoist insurgents in the Tongpal area of Sukma in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. In the attack, 16 policemen were killed and 25 injured. No foreigners were involved.

Globally, There’s a heightened threat of terrorist attack against UK interests and British nationals from groups. At this time all should be vigilant because individuals are motivating the conflict in Iraq and Syria.

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