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In India's conflict-ridden zones, 60% trust state police over army

Thirty-nine per cent also believe that the police are corrupt in conflict-affected regions, while 20 per cent shared such a perception of the paramilitary/army, study says

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Left Wing Extremism | Naxals | Kashmir conflict

Ritwik Sharma  |  New Delhi 



Naxals, Chattisgarh
Across the conflict-hit regions, a similar percentage of ordinary people (46) and the police (43) feel that the demands of Naxalites and insurgents are genuine but their methods are wrong

Three out of five people (60 per cent) in India’s conflict-ridden zones have a greater trust in the state police than the paramilitary/army for their safety and security, according to a new report.

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First Published: Wed, April 21 2021. 06:10 IST

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