Education started in a closed school for 13 years in Naxalgarh, the minister distributed books
A closed school was opened on Monday after 13 years in Jagargunda, the susceptible area of Naxal-affected Sukma district of Chhattisgarh. Researchers have started recruiting in high school and higher secondary schools for 13 years. On the first day a large number of students also reached. In the state government, the minister Kawasawala Lakhma inaugurated the school building and after that the other books related to books and studies were also distributed to the children.
The 'School Let Me Campaign' was started in Chhattisgarh on 24th June from the beginning of Higher Secondary School, Bada Ashramshala, Child and Girl hostel. Under this, the school closed in Jagargunda was also opened. Instructions have been given to teachers on regular basis here. Besides, instructions have also been given to make better arrangements for the safety of children and school staff.
Let us know that Jagargunda of Sukma district in Chhattisgarh is included in those areas, where the maximum naxal effect is. People in general are not even aware of this area. It is also called Naxalgarh. Naxalites blasted the school building 13 years ago in this area. Since then, studies were closed here. Now the government has begun to build a new house and start studying again.