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Left-Wing Extremism: Highlighted Topics: Left-wing political ideology. The factor which is responsible for the birth of Naxal in In...

Left Wing Extremism - Internal Security



Left-Wing Extremism:
Highlighted Topics:
  • Left-wing political ideology.
  • The factor which is responsible for the birth of Naxal in India.
  • Extreme left-wing, 
  • Left-wing, 
  • Center, 
  • Right-wing, 
  • Extreme right-wing.
  • Communism, Socialism, Conservatism, Fascism.

Indian Politics:
BJP, Shiv Sena: Right-Wing based on political ideology
Congress: left of center
AAP: left-wing
CPI, CPM:  left-wing(Kerala, WB, Tripura)
RSS, Zammat e Islami: Right-Wing Organization.
The organization that fights for the environment for the rights of the tribal community also can be labeled as left-wing.


US Politics:
Democrats: left of center.
Republican: right-wing

Extreme Right-wing
  • White supremacy, Nazis party in Germany of Hilter against jews.
  • Radical:  Islamism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, jews
No religion promotes extremism but due to its wrong-interpretations, it exists. 

Extreme  Left-wing
  • Maoist outfit
  • The Naxal group in India waging arms struggle against the government of India. 
  • The radical ideology which leads to dictatorship.
  • They believe, democratic government is the reason for their suffering. 
  • They are very close to tribal communities and the lower section of society and label their ideology as people war. 
                                   POLITICAL SPECTRUM






From left to right, the labels that we apply to these political ideologies are...
Radical -> Liberal - > Moderate -> Conservative -> Reactionary


The term "liberal" is associated with the Congress Party, usually referring to social liberalism and a mixed capitalist and socialist economy. Meanwhile, "conservative" is used to tag the BJP, largely taking into consideration the BJP's Hindu nationalist and socially conservative policies.
However, this is a very western approach to classifying politics in India. Indian politics and parties are too diverse to be restricted by labels like "Left" and "Right". It is a futile attempt to pigeon-hole Indian politics into such terms as it only leads to confusion. All Indian parties have a generous dose of both left and right policies and leaders who endorse them. We can mostly call our parties and policies as opportunistic and their actions, populist.




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