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Two Naxalites, including woman arrested in forest, arrested, arms recovered

Two Naxalites, including a woman, have been arrested during a search operation in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. Bombs, arrows and detonators were recovered from them. The police is trying to apprehend his other associates by making inquiries.

Bijapur In Chhattisgarh, the soldiers have once again launched a campaign against the Naxalites. It was successful in arresting two people, including a woman Naxalite, under the anti-Naxal operation in Bijapur here. It is reported that the accused Naxalites were hiding in the jungles between Chilkapalli and Raiguda. On suspicion, the soldiers siege and nab them. Other items including explosives have been recovered from the naxalites caught.

It has been told that the special team has achieved this success under the anti-Naxal campaign being run in the Awapalli police station area of ​​Bijapur. On 14 January, under the anti-Naxal operation, the district force and CRPF 229C Company personnel jointly left from Chopakalli, Chatalapalli, Raiguda for search operation. The next day when he was returning, some people appeared in the jungles between Chilkapalli and Raiguda while trying to escape. On this, the soldiers laid siege and captured them. Bombs, arrows, iron spikes and other items have been recovered from the naxalites who have been caught.

They were captured and brought to headquarters. In the interrogation there, the accused named their names Madakam Hinga and Kunjam Somri, residents of Chilkapalli. Electronic detonators, wire, battery, pencil cell, bicycle pellet, arrow, iron spike, wooden spike, camera, radio were recovered from the accused in checking plastic bags and bags. At the same time, other items including tiger, torch, injection, cable wire have been found from Mahila Kunjam Somri. Police officers are interrogating the captured woman and her colleagues, trying to gather information about their other accomplices. Significantly, Naxalite incidents have been carried out in many districts of Chhattisgarh. Many districts here are considered Naxalite affected.

Chhattisgarh: Naxalites suffer, 2 people were beheaded in front of family members in Bijapur

Naxalites brutally killed two villagers in Bijapur on suspicion of police informer. The outcome of the murder of Murder was imposed by mass court.

Raipur. Naxal terror has once again come to light in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. Two villagers were brutally murdered today by Maoists on suspicion of informing the police. This incident of Jangla police station area has caused sensation. It was told that the deceased Dhaniram was a resident of Korsa Bardela village, while the other Gopal Kudiyam was a resident of Gongla village. Naxalites set up these two mass courts and sentenced them in front of the villagers. After this, both of them were murdered by cutting their necks in front of their families.

In Bijapur, local villagers are in awe of this act of Maoists. At the same time, police and administration officials are engaged in the campaign of naxalites after the incident. District SP Kamalochan Kashyap has confirmed the incident of killing of two villagers by Naxalites. According to police, Naxalites killed both villagers at different places. In the Jan Adalat, these villagers were accused of police informer and after that the murder incident was carried out. Among the dead, Dhaniram Korsa had previously been a Deputy Sarpanch. At the same time, the second deceased Gopal Kudiyam from Gongla village was presently Ward Panch.

BJP leader condemned
BJP leader and former state minister Mahesh Gagda has reacted sharply to the killing of two villagers by Maoists. According to the report of the Daily Chhattisgarh newspaper, Gagda has written in his Facebook post about the incident that the deceased Dhaniram was an active member of BJP, who was active in social work. The villagers were always ahead in supporting them, so the Naxalites killed them as informants. Gagda has accused the Naxalites of running a movement against the tribals of Chhattisgarh. Gagda has written in his post that Naxalites are killing tribals these days.



Police bus returning from anti-naxal operation overturned in river, 30 DRG jawans were on board

A major mishap occurred with DRG personnel going on anti-Naxal operation in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh.

Bijapur There has been a big accident with DRG personnel going on anti-Naxal operation in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. The bus returning from the operation with the jawans overturned in the swollen river. Around 30 DRG personnel were on board the bus. This DRG team had left for operations against the Naxalites two days ago. This incident occurred while crossing the river while returning from operation at around 1 pm on Monday afternoon. Efforts are being made to get the bus out of the river.

Bijapur SP Kamalochan Kashyap has confirmed the incident. SP Kashyap said that it is a matter of relief in the accident that no jawan has been harmed. There was more water flow on the river bridge, an accident occurred while crossing it. Efforts are being made to remove the crashed bus from the river. For security, additional force has been sent there.

Team went to mirratur
According to the information received, a team of DRG had gone to Mirtur Hurrepal and Betapal area for operation against Naxalites. After this, an accident occurred while crossing the Miratur River in return. The bus swept into the river. All the soldiers are safe in the incident. The jawans were returning from Mirratur to Bijapur, the district headquarters. In another incident here, a soldier sacked from Bijapur police has been killed. Assistant constable Bajji Atami has been killed by attacking him with an arrow. Police reached the spot as soon as the information was received. The incident took place in Bhiramgarh police station area Chihka village.

Raipur : Chhattisgarh 4th in landlocked states in Niti Aayogs Export preparedness index : Chhattisgarh in top ten with 55.95 per cent

Chhattisgarh has been ranked fourth among the landlocked states by the Niti Aayog for having the potential to become a prominent exporting state.
According to the Export Preparedness Index 2020 released by the Niti Aayog yesterday, Chhattisgarh is in the fourth position in the landlocked states category as it had initiated several measures to promote exports. Rajasthan, Telangana and Haryana are ahead of Chhattisgarh in this category.
The report noted that other states facing similar socio-economic challenges can look at the measures taken by Chhattisgarh and try to implement them to grow their exports.
Niti Aayog in partnership with the Institute of Competitiveness released the first Export Preparedness Index (EPI) 2020. The index ranked states in four categories: coastal, Himalayan, Landlocked, Union Territories/city states according to four parameters  policy, business ecosystem, export ecosystem and export performance.
In overall ranking, Chhattisgarh is in the top ten lists. It is in the eighth position with 55.95 per cent. The index also took into consideration 11 sub-pillars -- export promotion policy; institutional framework; business environment; infrastructure; transport connectivity; access to finance; export infrastructure; trade support; R&D infrastructure; export diversification; and growth orientation.


Bijapur: On the commencement of NREGA work in lockdown, it is proving helpful - Labor: Workers happy with NREGA work in Bijapur district

Canal lining and renovation work will increase agriculture sector

Under the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA scheme, renovation of water resources canals is being done in Bijapur district. Water resources department is working the canals of various reservoirs of the district. Due to which the farmers of the village are happy. With the irrigation scheme of canals, they will get plenty of water for irrigation. Under water resource Bijapur, so far 24 ponds, Vyapar Yojana 03, Evacuation Irrigation Scheme 01, Canal Extension 01, 29 irrigation schemes have been constructed in total, but many canals built in these irrigation projects are almost unstable and due to damage to the Salute Gate of many reservoirs. Water leakage occurs. As per the requirement of the updated status of the site, in the financial year 2019-20, under the head of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and convergence, 3.80 km of Kodol and Miratur reservoirs in Bhairamgarh block of the district. , 2.60 for Dagoli, Itpal and Papanpal reservoirs in Bijapur development block and 3.40 km of Varadali, Dampur and Saknapalli reservoirs located in development block Bhopalpatnam. A total of 9.80 km of 49 works in the canals. In C.C. Lining work is in progress in the first phase and in the second phase the work of new water gate is in progress by breaking the damaged sluice at Itpal, Papanpal and Mirtur pond. Water conservation works under the Mahatma Gandhi NREGA scheme in Bijupar district have been taken priority by the state government and district administration. In the present scenario, due to the epidemic of Novel Corona virus, there is a lockdown in Bijapur district including the country. In this difficult time of lockdown Mahatma Gandhi NREGA The scheme is proving to be helpful for the financial assistance of the district. The instructions of District Administration Bijapur are strictly followed by arranging soap / sanitizer for masks and hand cleaning to the laborers employed in these works along with following the public distance at the work place. In the initial phase of this uneven situation of lockdown, Mazdooro had difficulty due to not being in the habit of applying mask, but as a result of making them aware of every category at every level, gradually applying self masks and washing hands and public willingly They are working by fixing themselves with Thus the scheme has proved to be a boon for the farmers. The workers employed in these works are proving to be helpful for financial assistance. With this, about 799 hectare area of ​​9 reservoirs of Bijapur district is being restored. And there is an effort to strengthen the financial assistance to the workers employed in the works sanctioned by Mahatma Gandhi NREGA scheme. Due to the commencement of NREGA work in the district, workers are very happy.

Bijapur: Police-Naxal encounter, 2 bullets and 1 pipe bombs recovered

There has been an encounter between police and Naxals on Saturday in Bijapur in Chhattisgarh. There is no news of any casualties in this encounter. Police have recovered 2 bullets, 1 pipe bombs, cooker bombs, and huge quantities of daily use from the incident site. The search around the venue has been intensified. After the encounter, security forces have been alerted.

Bijapur's ASP, Divyang Patel, has confirmed the encounter. According to the information gathered in the forests of Raspally and Erapalli in the Pamare police station area, along with the district police force and cobra jawans on the area domination. In the encounter, they saw themselves weak and fled under the guise of Naxalite forests. Many naxalite materials have been recovered from the incident site. Police personnel are searching in the area. Let the Naxalites celebrate 14th anniversary in Bastar from 21st to 27th September. Under this, efforts are being made by Naxalites to carry out incidents of violence.

Please tell us that on Friday also the Maoists carried out the incident of violence in Gangapur police station area of ​​Bijapur. In the incident, DRG's assistant Rakshak Pacu Hemla was injured. The injured jaw was treated in the district hospital Bijapur. After the incident, a suspect has been taken into custody by the police. Questioned by the suspect. This incident took place 7 km away from Gangalur by Naxalites.

Bhairamgarh Education Symbol of Development Hub - Dr. Raman Singh Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today inaugurated the development work of the cost of 151 crores for the people of the Atal Vikas Yatra, organized by the Janpad Panchayat Bhairamgarh in Bijapur district and laid the foundation stone of Bhumi Pujan. Speaking at the massive public meeting organized at the local education ground ground on the occasion, he said that before this I have come to Bhairamgarh. At that time Bhairamgarh and today's Bhairamgarh see the difference in land skies
Bhairamgarh is changing the way. Here's a wonderful education hub. Dr. Singh said that Bijapur Bhopalapatnam road construction was a dream. We took a resolution and went on open to development. Today this area remains a center for education. The way development has accelerated after the formation of the district, development has accelerated. He is invincible.

He apprised the residents that a major mega health camp would be installed in the upcoming 29-30 Symphar at Bijapur District Headquarters. Expert doctors will treat them free of charge. All types of operations will be done free of charge. He took the blessings of Goddesses of the region on this occasion. Recognizing here the heroic revolutionary fighters and others, the new tradition of development in the area
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said that the former government only slogans. We are giving rice, gram, salt everything in rupees 01. Dr. Singh said that the cost of procurement of paddy has been fixed by the Central Government at Rs. 1750 / quintal. We have increased the Rupees 300 to 2050 and Rs 2070 per quintal. Also a bonus of 24 hundred crore will be given
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that all the 20 thousand such cases will be withdrawn by the government, in the entire state such as the case of SC and ST, in which there is a provision of 20 thousand rupees fine. He said in reference to giving an Atal Naming to Vikas Yatra that the self. Atal Bihari Vajpayee established the state of Chhattisgarh.

To keep their memory intact, a monument will be constructed at Atal Nagar Raipur. In which the Atal messenger from the village village of the entire region will bring there holy clay. This way the monument will be built. Shri Singh said that this government is procuring paddy and is giving bonus and now the electricity will be supplied in a single floor of a village under the good luck scheme.
They are talking about four times more development in the coming years. On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated the development works of BHOLPUJAN and 34.96 crore of development works worth 116.87 crore. Chief Minister inaugurated a high level bridge constructed at village Rampur Chintavagu river with a cost of Rs. 25.09 crores from Bhopalpatnam on Warangal road.
With the creation of this bridge, easy access to Telangana from Bijapur will be easy. On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Bijapur Lighlyhud College Building, 32 lac District Library Building at a cost of Rs. 03 crores 40 lacs. The newly constructed 50-seat Ashram Shala Bhavana in Keshkootul, at the cost of Rs 75 lakh, inaugurated the newly constructed Bridge in Bijapur Jagargunda at a cost of approximately Rs 80 lakh.
The Chief Minister gave a landslide to the Navodaya Vidyalaya Bhawan, constructed at a cost of Rs. 25 crores and a bypass road of Rs. 47 crores in Bijapur. On this occasion, Tiffin distribution was started for 58 thousand 973 Tendupatta collections of the district, 48.29 crore rupees distribution, 11 thousand 183 registered workers of MNREGA.
On this occasion, the Department of Labor also distributed the bicycles, mobile plans under Sky Scheme. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh gave approval to the construction of the stop dam in Bhatiguda and canal construction for irrigation on the demand of the residents. Irrigation pond construction was sanctioned in Village Cherrapalli and the Nagar Panchayat has given immediate approval of Rs. 50 lakhs for construction of CC road, drainage and other works in Bhairamgarh.


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