The approach to the naxalites problems needs a blend of firm but sophisticated, handling of naxalites violence with sensitive handling of the developmental aspects. Government can not blame the Naxals, because they are also the subjects of the nation. But their violence is not acceptable by the government. Naxal groups have been raising mainly land and livelihood related issues and they blame the government settings and bureaucracy. For a debate, if a plan or government establishment are changed in accordance with their likes, then they can not assure that even in those establishment also a Naxalism which was handled by them will not rise its head, again. Now, India has been facing many challenges like equality, justice (in social, economic and political), liberty, fraternity, peoples economic development through high economic growth rate and defence act. These are all the difficult values to be satisfied by India which is a responsive welfare provider. Overcoming and concentrating on the Naxalism gives extra burden to the administration.
There are 76 districts and 9 states found to be badly affected by naxalites. In case, good livelihood, land and wages are properly provided to the peoples living in those areas, then we can avoid them to turn into Naxals and support extremism. Naxals try to sustain their fraternal and logistic links with Nepalese Maoists, though there are no strategic and operational links between them. They often use war like extremism through the armed struggle to capture political poser and being anti-social and criminal element. They are having contemporary weapons. At present, they are attacking simultaneously in large number of targets particular police forces.