People were seen being uneasy owing to the stigma attached to the fatal infection while others feared a threat to life, which leads to panic.
The skirmish took place around 9:30 am in the forest of Isulnaar village, about 450 kms away from Raipur, when a joint team of security forces was conducting an anti-naxal operation.
The offence came to light when the mother of one of the girls found her upset and disinterested in playing with the other children.
The state government has ordered all the district collectors to increase the number of beds to 25,000 in the COVID care centres.
There will be Question Hour on all four days, along with works pertaining to financial and government affairs, the notification stated.
Constable Jitendra Bakde, from 22nd battalion of the Chhattisgarh Armed Force, was killed in the firing, the official said.
However, the duo, perceiving the annoyance prevailing among local villagers against destroying the bridge and the road, expressed their reluctance to carry out the order.
The woman allegedly took the fatal decision after being slapped by a deputy superintendent of police in the presence of family members at Bhilai.
The worrying reports galvanised the Bhupesh Baghel-led government to launch a crusade — the ‘Mukhyamantri Suposhan Yojana’ — on Gandhi Jayanti last year to combat these challenges.
The government said lockdown will not be implemented simultaneously across all districts and the number of testing would be doubled in the coming weeks.
It was only after the parents of the hapless boy reached the spot and assured the shop-owner of returning Rs 200, he was set free.
Any tribal village with a minimum of ten surrendered cadres will get a tractor and other equipment for agriculture practice free of cost for their subsistence.
The Government of Chhattisgarh has allegedly encroached upon land on the State’s border with Odisha in Nuapada district.
In 2019, the GST collection was Rs 2,093 crore, while this year it rose to Rs 2,549 crore in June.
Chhattisgarh has decided to buy cow dung from farmers and dairy owners at Rs 1.50 per kg.