English Essay - The Problem of Terrorism in India


The Problem of Terrorism in India 

Introduction—Terrorism is a great danger to human civilisation. The whole world is faced with this problem and India is no exception to it. India has been facing terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir for long. The North Eastern states including Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, parts of Bihar and Orissa are also faced with the same problem: Various terrorist organisations are active and have their own demands and objectives. These organisations have been trained in terror tactics and are supported by other organisations in foreign countries. 

Causes : The chief causes of terrorism include acute nationalism as exhibited by Hitler who promoted nationalist feelings among this countrymen and a hatred for others. Second is economic disparity. The charm for leading a luxurious life and be a part of high profile section of the society somehow urges them to make money at any cost. The third and the most important is communal disharmony. When people are discriminated on account of caste, colour, creed etc. they rise in resentment and opposition. 

Need for Peace : India is a peace loving country. She was always tried to counter terrorism and establish world peace. There is a need to enforce the rule of law and punish the guilty. Unnecessary delay in judicial process should also be avoided. There are some examples of terrorists who were punished rightly but after much delay. 

Conclusion : Nations should also try to curb arms race. Energy resources should be used for peaceful purposes and not threatening weaker nations. And lastly to have wisdoM to realise our purposes and fight the evil out with the increase in knowledge, power and resources.