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Besides, it will redevelop Jagargunda as a trade hub

According to another senior police official posted in Sukma, remote areas of south Bastar division, comprising seven districts namely Bastar, Kanker, Narayanpur, Kondagaon, Dantewada, Bijapur, Sukma districts, had witnessed large scale violence since June ... DNA, 2 months ago

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Remote tribal village in C'garh to be connected with road

Tribals living in and around inaccessible Jagargunda village, one of the worst naxal- affected areas in south Chhattisgarh, are likely to get a road facility by the end of this year, police said. "The road construction work towards Jagargunda is being carried ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Why roads hold the key in 'war' against Naxals

The Chhattisgarh police have pinned their hopes on the construction of two key roads in the state's Sukma district to win the "war" against Maoists in their strongest base. According to police, the two roads -- one connecting Dornapal to Jagargunda and the other Injram to Bhejji -- in the heart of the Maoist dominion, will not only curb the activities of the rebels but also prove pivotal to the people living in the area. Last month, 25 Central Reserve Police Force jawans were slain in one of ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago In 'war' against Naxals, roads hold the key: police  Business Standard11 hours ago

Chhattisgarh CM outlines new plan to counter Naxal violence

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh today outlined Mission Sukma, which suggests use of air power, targeting naxal leadership, continuous development works among others, to eradicate the left-wing extremism from the worst affected district of the state.
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Raman Singh's 'Mission Sukma': Air support, hit naxal leaders, development  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Disequilibrium: INDIA’S kill zones

In a curious twist after the 1999 Lok Sabha hustings, India Shining pulled the plug on Atal Bihari Vajpayee's NDA conglomeration. Almost overnight, TINAA (There Is No Alternative to Atal) became SITA (Sonia Is the Only Alternative). For a decade, SITA ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Final battle against Naxalism would be fought in Chhattisgarh: CM

Asserting that the final battle against the Naxals will be fought in Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister Raman Singh on Friday said his government will not sit idle till there was peaceful development in the Bastar region.He was replying to a discussion over adjournment motion notice in Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly on the recent Maoist attack in the state's Sukma district in which 25 Central Reserve Police Force jawans were killed.The main opposition Congress had sought the discussion.In his ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Kept telling govt to speed up road work: CRPF DIG after Sukma attack  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Sukma attack: Role of Maoist-turned-police DRG to be examined  catchnews.com4 weeks ago 'It was sudden firing'  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Centre gives forces a 'hit list', wants Naxal morale broken

Following Monday's ghastly Maoist strike in Sukma that claimed the lives of 25 CRPF personnel, the government has asked the security forces to focus counter-offensive operations on "high value targets", including south Bastar divisional commander Raghu, head of Jagargunda area committee Papa Rao, and commander of the first battalion of People's Liberation Guerrilla Army Hidma, who is said to be behind the latest attack. According to government sources, the CRPF and other forces have been ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Naxals used villagers to distract us: Injured CRPF jawan  Rediff.com4 weeks ago CRPF jawans were ambushed while having lunch  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Chhattisgarh Maoist strike: CRPF loses 26 men at spot where 76 died earlier

The soil of Sukma, dominated by Maoist extremism, in Bastar turned red again when extremists allegedly killed 26 jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) at the Burkapal area under the Chintagufa police station. Six more were griveously injured.
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago

'Reasonable to anticipate more Maoist attacks'

'It is an ambush, no IEDs were used, which means it is more tactical, more technical and more intelligent.' 'CRPF has got tremendous resilience. It will come back, it will not be sitting forever.' 'Since CRPF is the major security force in this area, they are the major targets.' Image: An injured CRPF jawan is being taken to hospital at Sukma, Chhattisgarh, on April 24, 2017. Photograph: PTI Photo. Former Central Reserve Police Force director deneral and senior security advisor in the home ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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