Addressing chief ministers, state ministers and top officials of 10 Naxal-hit states, Shah also said that the fight against the Maoists has now reached its final phase.
Due to joint efforts of both Central and State governments, there has been a reduction in the number of extremist incidents, Soren said.
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik said that from 70 per cent of the state's 30 districts being hit during the peak of Naxal activities, Odisha now hardly has parts of three districts affected by it.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Bhupesh Baghel of Chhattisgarh, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy of Andhra Pradesh and Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan did not attend the meeting.
Baghel was scheduled to attend a convention of Chandranahu Kurmi Samaj in the state's Mahasamund district on Sunday afternoon, he said.
An all party delegation led by CM Soren will also meet Amit Shah and submit a memorandum demanding caste census and a separate column for Sarna tribal religion in the 2021 census
According to an official release from the Central Committee of CPI (Maoists), as many as 160 cadres all over the Country died in the last year due to various reasons including Covid.
Of the 10 districts from the State which were included in the ADP, Nabarangpur, Rayagada and Koraput were ranked among top 20 out of the 112 districts evaluated.
“Maoist leaders should take care of their cadres and ask them to seek medical help from the authorities.
Despite Maoist threat, road network of 500 km has come up in Bastar since 2018 thanks to the efforts taken by the state government and security forces.
Sixteen centres across the district have been set up with at least 50 students each centre wherein teachers from government schools, retired personnel and those willing to contribute for the society.