"They are just retaliating against the sheer neglect and injustice meted out to them by the government for the last 60 years. Naxalism has grown successfuly in the areas where government has failed........government has been unable to provide these people with the basic amenities such as food, shelter et al., leave alone the things like employment, social justice et al.,.....they have always been kept away from the mainstream.....they are as much a part of the Indian Union as the other areas yet they have never been given the proper treatment....and now if they are demanding secession from the Indian Union....what's wrong in that...they have the right to govern themselves.....don' they ?" I questioned.
"So they are not terrorists. Huh ?" added our teacher.
"No, they are. I am no expert on naxalism.....but I understand while their end may be right but the means are certainly not acceptable....Ideologically they may be right....but there are much better ways to protest and press their demands especially in a free democracy like India.....If they have so much force and support with them why to use it in destructive activities....moreover, killing innocent people [for whatever reason] is not justified in a highly civilized society in 21st century.
These conversations need to be re-written into complete sentences. Puncuation and capitalization of the first word of the sentence is needed to undertand who said what. Also, the second section (quoted conversations) does not match the first section (reporti style). If you want this to "flow" as one paper, then you need to match the writing style throughout.
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