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The Chhattisgarh Police, who have been engaged in a battle against Naxals for over three decades, have taken it upon themselves to promote tourism in the region.
Chhattisgarh woman donates son’s body to medical college due to non-availability of money for last rites
A woman from Chhattisgarh’s Bastar donated her deceased son’s body to Jagdalpur Medical College, as she had no money to transport his mortal remains back to the village.
All of them were allegedly involved in carrying out improvised explosive device (IED) blasts targeting the security forces and firing on police teams in Bhejji and Maraiguda areas of Sukma.
Apparently buoyed by its successes during the last few years, Chhattisgarh Police will now embark on “offensive intelligence-based operations” in areas considered Maoist bastion in Bastar zone.
The entire strength of the battalion has been drawn from the four districts of Bastar region and 33 per cent of the personnel are women.
Realising that the side on which people are wins the war, the Bastar police launched Amcho Bastar Amcho Police” (Our Bastar – Our Police).
The base has been shifted to the Naxal hotbed of Bastar in Chhattisgarh in order to provide security forces an enhanced aerial surveillance to conduct anti-Maoist operations.
The Bastar police have come to the aid of few children, who were trapped in the clutches of the Bal Sangham of Maoists.
Mundagarh sarpanch Pandru said the naxalites had asked them to hoist a black flag on August 15.
Rahul Gandhi strongly suggested Congressmen focus on the use of social media as he lashed out at the RSS and the BJP alleging that "they work on a divisive agenda".
The Congress vice-president will arrive at Jagdalpur from Delhi by a special aircraft and will address tribals in a rally.
Maoists in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region has turned the insurgent's tactic of broadcasting audio messages, against the red brigade.
The released banner, with names of Maoist leaders who are active in the region carries an implicit message to the ultras to surrender and evade death or meet the same fate as Vilas.
The relationship was so closely shared due to the proximity of the 74 CRPF battalion camp with the Burkapal village.
Prof Sundar had written acclaimed books including The Burning Forest: India’s War in Bastar, The Scheduled Tribes and their India and Civil Wars in South Asia: State, Sovereignty, Development.