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The details of the terrorist/insurgent/extremist incidents that have taken place in the country from the year 2014 and up to 31.12.2018 are as following:

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  1. Hinterland of the country
Year No. of terrorist attack No. of civilian killed No. of Security Force personnel killed No. of terrorist killed
2014 03 04 Nil Nil
2015 01 03 04 03
2016 01 01 07 04
2017
2018 1 3

 

(2)        Jammu & Kashmir

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AZADI KA AMRIT CELEBRATIONS IN INDIA

 

Year No. of terrorist incidents No. of civilian killed No. of Security Force personnel killed No. of terrorist killed
2014 222 28 47 110
2015 208 17 39 108
2016 322 15 82 150
2017 342 40 80 213
2018 614 38 91 257

(3)       North Eastern Region

 

Year Number of incidents relating to insurgency in the North East No. of civilian killed No. of Security Force personnel killed No. of extremist killed
2014 824 212 20 181
2015 574 46 46 149
2016 484 48 17 87
2017 308 37 12 57
2018 252 23 14 34

(4)        Left Wing Extremism (LWE)

Year Number of incidents relating to  Left Wing Extremism No. of civilian killed No. of Security Force personnel killed No. of Left Wing extremists killed
2014 1091 222 88 63
2015 1089 171 59 89
2016 1048 213 65 222
2017 908 188 75 136
2018 833 173 67 225

 

In order to avert terror incidents in the country, there exists a close and effective coordination between intelligence and security agencies at the Centre and the State level.  The Multi Agency Centre (MAC) has been strengthened and re-organized to enable it to function on 24×7 basis for real time collation and sharing of intelligence with other Intelligence Agencies and State Governments.  With a view to enhance the capacity of State forces, the Central Agencies have been organising training programmes for the States forces to collect, collate, analyse and disseminate intelligence from counter terrorism perspective and investigation of terror cases.  States have also raised special forces to deal with terror incidents and Central Armed Police Forces and National Security Guards have also been stationed at different locations to assist the States in dealing with such incidents.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Home Affairs Shri Hansraj Gangaram Ahir in a written reply to question in the Lok Sabha today.

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