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Naxals contemplating joint strikes, getting China-Pak support says this guidebook

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    New Delhi, Sep 3: The naxalites are contemplating carrying out joint strikes along with terrors groups active in the northeastern states. There is a conspiracy to change the demography of the country and this has been going on for long says a training guidebook of the BJP meant to orient its workers and office bearers.

    Naxals contemplating joint strikes, getting China-Pak support says this guidebook

    Further it also lashes out at the previous Congress governments for pursuing economic policies that deprived the villagers and gave birth to naxalites. These naxalites are now enjoying the regular support of Pakistan and China the guidebook says.

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    The guidebook also identifies "forced conversion" as an internal challenge.

    It claims that a conspiracy to change the demography of the country has been going on for several years in the guise of"jihadi" and "masihi", an apparent reference to proselytizing works of some Christian groups, activities backed by money and muscle power.

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    Claiming that some external agencies are also involved in forced conversion, the manual says, "The speed of conversion has been so high in some states that it has completely changed their demography. People in such states are extremely agitated over it and that anger may prove to be explosive."

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