Over 1.19 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in the state till Thursday, with 96.97 lakh people getting the first dose and 22.88 lakh getting the second jab as well, officials said.
In a first, Dantewada villagers answer survey questions to help assess Maoist impact in Chhattisgarh
Now, the local inhabitants of Gamavara say that they have been living in peace as no perceptible activity of Maoists or violence have been reported from their village in the last five years.
The idea of deploying them germinated in the minds of the top brass when they realised that tribal women never trusted male commandos when they were asked for information about the ultras.
The ongoing Monsoon session of the Chhattisgarh Assembly will have five working days from July 26.
Other sections of rural population such as barbers, dhobis (washermen), blacksmiths, priests will also be covered under the scheme, he added.
With inputs from the Intelligence Department that the Maoists may indulge in violence during Martyrs’ Week, the police are on high alert and have deployed CRPF and Greyhounds.
The state-owned Chhattisgarh Textbook Corporation has begun distributing the books, Bharat Ka Samvidhan, to primary-level students and ‘Hum Bharat Ke Log’ for the higher classes.
In all 95.44 percent students secured first division and 1.96 % passed in second division.
All four were active jan militia members in the Malangir area committee of the Naxals' Darbha divisions, which is one of the most dreaded formations of the outlawed group in Bastar, police said.
The Bastar police are gathering details about the whereabouts of the missing youths.
'Keep our interests in mind while making policy': Migrant workers to Centre, Chhattisgarh govt, industries
Among other recommendations, it requested that everyone get employment from 150 to 200 days under MNREGA so that the need to migrate is reduced.
The positivity rate in the state remains less than one for the past week but cases continue to reach around 300 daily
The decision in this regard was taken during the 15th meeting of the State Investment Promotion Board chaired by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
This is the second such attack in the district this week, as a 32-year-old villager was killed by Naxals in Kutru area of the district on July 11.
The decision to nullify the MoUs was taken during the review meeting of the State Investment Promotion Board chaired by the CM Bhupesh Baghel at his official residence in Raipur.