Palaniappan Chidambaram, Union Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of India, has called a meeting that will consist of the Chief Ministers of four neighboring states of Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Orissa, in an attempt to achieve better coordination to fight violent acts of the Maoists. The meeting will take place in Kolkata next month.
This meeting will include police director generals because of the utmost dependence on the police force to stop the form of violence that the Maoists have been using to get their demands met. Some politicians do not agree with this kind of offensive against the Maoists who they believe are just trying to get their voices heard. But overall, the government is convinced that this kind of operation is necessary. They believe that the neighboring states should work together because Maoists seem to escape to the neighboring state when their state is raided.
This major anti-Maoist operation has already received positive and negative responses from the political world of India.