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Bullets no answer to naxal menace, says Mulayam

LUCKNOW: The naxalite problem in the country can only be solved by removing inequalities in society, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav said on Monday. ``Bullet is not the answer to the naxalite problem...It can only be solved by ensuring equality in society,'' he said after launching the `Bhoomi Sena' scheme at Sarathua village near here. He said under the scheme barren and unused lands would be distributed among the landless ensuring increase in production of food grains besides providing more avenue of employment to marginal farmers.

Ownership papers

On the occasion, Mr. Yadav handed over land ownership papers to 54 landless people in the village. Expressing concern at decreasing food grain production in the country over the last four-five years, the Chief Minister said the scheme would ensure increase in food grain production. He also said that distribution of land among landless would go a long a way in resolving the naxalite problem. PTI

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