The idea was proposed by Home Minister Rajnath Singh during a meeting of chief ministers of Naxal-hit states.
The Naxal problem can not be resolved through "silver bullets" or any shortcut but through short-term, medium-term and long-term solutions, said Mr Singh, who is chairing the meeting.
In his speech, Nitish said that in a "federal structure, Centre can not relegate itself to mere reviewing role by throwing the ball in the court of states for taking effective action to neutralise this threat of Left Wing Extremism which has emerged as a challenge to internal security".
Pointing out highly regrettable acts of the Maoists, the Home Minister said 12,000 citizens had lost their lives in the violent activities of the left-wing extremists of whom 2,700 were jawans of the security forces while the remaining 9,300 were innocent and common people. "LWE groups are trying to weaken democracy in the country".
The meeting was attended by chief ministers, chief secretaries, director generals of police of the respective state governments, director generals of Central and state police forces, the defence secretary and the Intelligence Bureau chief as well as collectors and police chiefs of 35 worst-affected districts. In his speech, the Home Minister also stressed on the need for effective leadership to achieve "desired outcome".
Singh said trackers should also be embedded in shoes, bullet-proof jackets besides others. "Today we need to consider whether to react only after the occurrence of any incident or [whether] we should be more proactive".
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Trackers in weapons and biometrics in smart guns are some of the new technology that the security forces fighting the Naxals may adopt soon to check use oflooted arms by the guerrillas. Mr Singh also claimed that in order to evolve actionable intelligence, it was important that all intelligence agencies and security forces establish a good network with the local people.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar criticised the Centre for stopping funds for crucial schemes to fight Naxals and for refusing the state's request for a helicopter for quick deployment of forces in anti-Maoist operations. "The forces at the ground level should not lack leadership". Also, aids like PTZ cameras, Global Positioning System tracking and satellite imagery must be employed.
"We have to ensure", he added, "that the states take the ownership in the anti-Naxal operations where Central Armed Police Force will cooperate fully".
An official release said a holistic review of the situation will be undertaken covering security and development issues, particularly infrastructure building.
The day-long meeting on Monday is also being attended by the secretaries of the union ministries, besides chief secretaries and police chiefs of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar, Maharashtra, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh, a Home Ministry statement said.