Mainstreaming the youth skill building initiatives
A marginalized section of the society is deprived to their fundamental rights. People form the community perceive that the system only foremost reason and accountable for the well-being of them, their families as well as society. The rising of anger and a destruction attitude against the state is obvious when there is a continuous marginalization of a section of society because of state’s policies. It resulted into revolutionary action and turned into a battle between state and its citizen. As soon the violence involved in the struggle the groups has identified as terrorist groups known as Naxalites. In the subject of Naxalism, Bihar is one of the most affected state in India. Many district such as Gaya, Kaimur, Aurangabad, Nawada, Motihari, Jamui and Rohtas etc. are the hunting ground for Naxal movement from very long time. The state is fighting against it using various method where involvement of civil society is playing an important role to use non-violence methods for mainstreaming of the population.
A same kind of initiative by Jan Jagran Sansthan in collaboration with CRPF was taken to prevent youths to join Naxalism and prevention of trafficking through creation of livelihood option for the youth who are more vulnerable to trafficked into Naxalism