The missionaries are persuading the non-Christian tribals to get converted by enticing and offering them allurement, says the SP.
The victim, Lekhram Sen (40), a resident of Kosrangi village in Chhattisgarh, was killed in January 2011 at Farhada village.
The police assisted in the vaccination drive, transportation, home delivery of ration, information about the availability of hospital beds, oxygen cylinders, or other medical supplies.
The complaint was filed by the state unit of the Indian Medical Association.
Silger, in an edgy district of Sukma, about 480 km south of Raipur, has been roiled by the massive protest for nearly a month against the setting up of the camp.
Chhattisgarh Police have launched a campaign to educate the public about the importance of wearing face masks, and how to wear them properly.
Led by additional SP (Raipur, rural), a three-member team has left for Bengaluru to interrogate Rajeev Gowda.
The state government has categorically said that under no circumstances would the Silger camp be shifted or abandoned.
Tribals' protest against security camp in Chhattisgarh enters 17th day, efforts by police go in vain
The Bastar administration and the police have repeatedly tried to convince the agitating tribals to withdraw the protest and return to their villages.
Singh along with other party leaders on Monday held a protest outside Civil Lines Police Station here.
An FIR has been registered against Raman Singh and BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra in the alleged toolkit case. They were summoned in the case today.
IG Ratan Lal Dangi feels that the immense energy of youths working in positive direction can be one key factor well disposed to tackle the complex challenge the country faces on the Maoist problem.
In a statement, released by CPI (Maoist) spokesperson Vikalp, the ultras demanded that the government appoint a mediator to secure the safe release of the abducted soldier.
Constable Rakeshwar Singh Manhas, of the 210th battalion of CoBRA, an elite unit of the CRPF, went missing on Saturday after the gunfight along the border of Sukma and Bijapur districts.
Deepak Bharadwaj was leading the joint party of forces that was trapped in the Maoist ambush. When he got no information till late night about his son, a worried Radhelal left home for Bijapur.