Raipur: Review of registered cases against tribal people in Naxal affected areas.

Recently, the cases registered against the residents of Scheduled Tribes in the Naxal affected areas were reviewed by the Hon'ble Justice Mr. AK Patnayak (Retd) Hon'ble Supreme Court, New Delhi under the chairmanship of the Committee.
    The committee reviewed seven cases of Bastar-Ranges and District Rajnadgaon in the total number of 08 Naxal affected districts against the residents of Scheduled Tribes and also the status of judicial proceedings in the cases were also reviewed.
     The committee decided to review each episode on the basis of its merits and it was decided to take appropriate action under the scheduled action plan in the interest of the Scheduled Tribes category, as well as the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Mr Sundaraj P. Bhartiya, for taking action in the cases related to the Naxal incident. The proceedings in various streams of penal legislation and cases registered under local special act are Shall DIG Shri Sanjeev Shukla, secretary for the proceedings in the cases related to the Excise Act, Commissioner, Excise Department and was secretary decided to take necessary action through the Tribal and Scheduled Tribes department for the necessary coordination. Advocate General C.G. Shri Kanak Tiwari, Director General of Police, Shri D.M. Other Senior Officers of Police Department including Awasthi were present.

Raipur: Chhattisgarh's youth can not be found due to Foni's trapped in the cyclone: JEE Advance application: Chief Minister urged the Union Minister to discuss telephone with help and help

TINS, A young man from Chhattisgarh was unable to fill Jain Advance's online application due to being stuck in the Jagannathpuri of Odisha, which was affected by the Phoenica cyclone last week. Writing a letter, the young man appealed to Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel to take advantage of the decision to increase the application for the typhoon stranded people of Odisha from May 9 to May 14. Shri Bhupesh Baghel, the sensitive Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, immediately telephoned the Union Human Resource Minister Mr. Prakash Javadekar to help him, and due to his two years of hard work and his phonica being stranded in cyclone, the online application should be made by May 14, 2019. Urged for help. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has also written a letter to the Union Human Resource Development Minister in this regard. The Union Minister assured the sympathetically consideration of this episode.
It is worth mentioning that this young man of Durg district has worked hard and earned 93.18 percent in JEE Menans and this has earned him the ability to sit in the JEE Edwards examination. His CBSE's 12th examination also saw 83 percent marks. This young man urged the Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel to give him an online application for admission in institutes like IIT, NIT, to be felicitated on the date of online application like the victims of Phony storm of Odisha.

Suspended IPS scams on Mukesh Gupta, State Government issued charge sheet

The problem of IPS Mukesh Gupta, suspended in Chhattisgarh's Highprofile Mikey Mehta murder case, could increase. The charge sheet has been issued against IPS Mukesh Gupta. The state government has issued these chargesheet against Mukesh Gupta at two other points including phone tapping. Now the state government has entrusted the responsibility of investigating the entire matter to DGP DM Awasthi. According to the sources, now Mukesh Gupta is preparing to screw up the departmental inquiry. It is said that suspended DG Mukesh Gupta is accused of spoiling the image of the police. Along with this, the allegations of misusing the staff in the back date have also been charged.

What is the whole case

After the change of power in Chhattisgarh, an order to investigate the Nan scam was ordered. Then it was revealed that before the raids, the officers and staff of the NAN were getting the phone taped. After getting sufficient confirmation of this, EOW filed a case against then DG Mukesh Gupta, SP Rajneesh Singh. In this case, EOW's DSP RK Dubey had made a statement against DG and SP, that under his pressure, he issued an order to illegally tap the phones of the officers. However Dubey's statement later became controversial.

After giving the statement, RK Dubey gave an affidavit in the High Court that the statement was made after putting pressure on him. But after a few days, he again incorrectly rejected his previous affidavit by giving a fresh affidavit in the High Court. He alleged that only on the request of Mukesh Gupta and Rajneesh Singh, they illegally tap the phones of the officers. In this case Mukesh Gupta was given a notice to answer the question and asked for questioning.

Never was a woman naxalite herself, now 'Danteshwari fighters' turned against Red Terror

Leaving the way of red terror, after surrendering, most women get involved in 'domestic things'. But the Naxal-affected Chhattisgarh is slightly different in this case. Here, some of these women stand on the front in the war against the Naxalites by taking AK-47 in their hands. These commandos have been named as 'Danteshwari Ladakay' in the name of the patron goddess of Chhattisgarh. These commandos participated in an operation against the Maoists on Wednesday and carried out two Naxal piles. According to police sources, these female commandos have stacked 5 Naxalites in a month. Danteshwari is a group of women and men commandos, who are skilled in living and fighting in the forest.

This experiment is used in Dantewada district. P. Abhishek is the brainchild of Pallava. According to the information, when Abhishek Pallavas went to visit a camp of surrendered Naxalites 4 months ago, at that time the idea of ​​making women commandos in his mind came.

According to reports, "On the one hand, after training some of the former male Naxalites, they have been admitted to the District Reserve Guard while on the other hand women were making roti in the houses. Because of this, he was becoming a victim of frustration. Because they used to live equally with men in the forest. But now they are serving men. This made them feel weaker and lesser. '

Subsequently, Pallava District S.p. Dineshwari said to make 'Unified Combat Force of Women Commands' from Nanda. Then 30 women were selected and they were brigadier B. Of Powered by Ponwar (retired), sent to Kanker Jungle Warfare College. Here he was given a 6-week hard combat training in December. After this, all 30 women were given in-house training till March. At first he was sent in small operations, but now he is fully prepared for big operations.

According to Dantewada SP Abhishek Pallava, this will motivate surrender to more female Naxalites. Women commandos are perfect in some ways. They can hide their weapons in their sarees and keep an eye on the Maoists without any doubt. Not only this, they dissolve easily in the crowd.

Raipur: Chief Minister congratulated and best wishes to successful students in board examinations of Chhattisgarh Secondary Education Board

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has given heartfelt greetings and congratulations to all successful students along with the students who have made the class X, XII and merit list in the merit list issued by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education today.

Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has congratulated the bright and bright future of all successful students of Higher Secondary Professional Examination, 2019 along with Higher School Certificate Main Examination 2019 and Higher Secondary School Certificate Main Examination 2019. He said that the way students have achieved success in a crucial phase of life through these board examinations, in the future they will also succeed in every field of life and in the future along with their school, village, city The state and the country will illuminate the name. The Chief Minister explained to the students, who could not get the desired results in the examination, without constant disappointment, with full patience, courage and hard work, and said that they should resolve to prepare with new energy and enthusiasm. They will get success in life including examinations.
 The Chief Minister has also greeted teachers, parents and students for this, that results in board exams this year have been better than last year. 68.20 percent of the students passed the high school exam this year, which is one percent more than the previous year. Similarly, 78.43% of the Higher Secondary School examination passed, which is 1.74% more than the previous year. Yogendra Verma of Mungeli, who received the highest score in the message of Nisha Patel of Raigad, who scored 99.33% in class X and 97.40% marks in class XII, was honored by the Chief Minister for his special achievement and success. Hearty congratulations.
It is to be mentioned that in the auditorium of the examination this morning, the school education secretary and the President of the Board of Secondary Education, Shri Gaurav Dwivedi said. With the announcement of the results of the examination, it is available on the Mandal's online web site. Candidates can also view their examination results through website www.dbblogtotgbsedomnicdotin (www.cgbse.nic.in). For this, the candidate can take the number of subjects by entering the roll number in the website.

Chhattisgarh: Security forces killed two hardcore Naxalites in Dantewada encounter

Naxalites have been attacked with security in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. It is being told that the encounter took place in Dantewada and Sukma border areas. It is also being reported that two Naxalites were killed in the encounter. After the encounter, the jawans have recovered the arms. DRG and STF jawans have taken this action. SP Abhishek Pallava has confirmed this.

According to the information, the DRG and STF jawans came out in search of the morning in the forest of Gonderaas on the border of Dantewada-Sukma. Meanwhile, the Maoists started firing on the jawans. The jawans also took retaliation while retaliating. Two hardcore Naxalites have been killed in the encounter of the jawans. The police is saying that a gun rifle and a 12-bore gun were also recovered from the spot. As a precaution, the area's search has been intensified. Alerts have also been issued in nearby areas.

Politics begins on the bail of former CM Dr Raman Singh's son-in-law Punit Gupta

In the DKS hospital forgery case, son of former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, Puneet Gupta may have got bail from the High Court, but Raipur police has reached the Supreme Court to dismiss bail in the case. The BJP is now taking both the police and the ruling party to target against the Pune Police's Supreme Court in this way against Puneet Gupta. The BJP termed it as hyperactive police. At the same time Congress, while reversing itself on the BJP, said it has talked about corruption by relatives near the former government.

In this entire case, BJP spokesperson Sanjay Srivastava says that the police have taken a lot of activism in this matter. The police is not active on the crime that is happening in Chhattisgarh, but police have been called to defame the former head of a political party. I hope that in the coming years Bhupesh Baghel will have the government do the same thing.

At the same time Congress spokesman Sushil Anand Shukla says that corruption has been done by relatives near the former government, DKS hospital, fakejeev, non-scandal, and antagarh tappunk. Then the government was also from the BJP. Now that these cases have started investigating, they have suffered a lot.

Chhattisgarh: Raipur's Vivekanand Airport gets 5th rank in the country, airport service quality

The identity of Swami Vivekananda Airport in Chhattisgarh's capital Raipur has reached the international level, not only the country. Raipur airport has received a major achievement at international level. Vivekanand Airport of Raipur in the Airport Service Quality is ranked 55th in the World Ranking. Not only this, Raipur Airport is at 5th place in the case of airport service quality in the whole country. Prior to this, Raipur airport has got many awards. Now another new award has been added to the Raipur airport account.

Explain that the airport's capital has got the first rank in the country in customer Satisfaction. After the survey in 51 airports, the central government had considered the airport of Raipur for the fourth time as the best in terms of customer convenience. In the survey from July to December 2018, Raipur was also on number one. This was the situation in the aftermath of the survey. Prior to this, Raipur Airport has received this award twice in 2017 and 2018. Let us say that about 15 kilometers from Raipur city, this airport made in Mana is the 28th busiest airport in the country in terms of number of passengers. If the number of flights for aircrafts is talked about, then it comes to the number 31 in the country. The name of this airport, known as Raipur Airport, was named as Swami Vivekanand Airport on January 24, 2012. Swami Vivekananda had spent two years in Raipur in his teenage years and it was named after him.

Raipur : Excise Commissioner presides over state-level review meeting : Intensive inspection drive against illegal liquor supply in progress

947 cases recorded and 894 accused arrested in one month

More than 3500 liters of illegal liquor seized

Strict Action to be taken on complaints of overrate and illegal liquor supply within 24 hours


To stop illegal supply of liquor, intensive inspection drive is being conducted by Excise Department in all the districts of Chhattisgarh. Excise Commissioner Dr Kamalpreet Singh chaired a state-level meeting of department officials today to review in detail the progress of the drive.

In the meeting, District Excise Officers informed that in the month of April 2019, total 947 cases of illegal liquor supply were filed under the sudden inspection drive conducted across the state. In these cases, 894 accused were arrested under various sections of Excise Act. In just one month, 3632 liters of illegal liquor was seized. Besides, eight vehicles that were found being used for illegal supply of liquor have also being seized. In the meeting, Excise Commissioner Dr Singh directed the officials to regularly conduct inspections and raids in liquor shops. He also directed them to keep a check on quality of liquor being sold.

He said that all the district excise officers should ensure that under no circumstances, liquor should be sold on prices higher than the prescribed rate. In case complaints against sale of liquor on higher than given prices are received, it should be immediately taken into account and the guilty found after investigation of the case should be subjected to strict action as per the rules. Recently, some officers were also subjected to the disciplinary action. Excise Commissioner said that officials should work with complete integrity and alertness, and take strict action upon the complaints of illegal and overrate liquor supply within 24 hours of being reported. Excise Commissioner instructed the officials to ensure that the CCTV cameras installed in liquor shops should be kept on and operational 24x7. This includes 340 country liquor shops and 310 foreign liquor shops. Dr Kamalpreet Singh asked the officials should ensure that the customers are provided bills at liquor shops compulsorily.

In the meeting, Commercial Tax Department Special Secretary Mr. AP Tripathi, Additional Commissioner Mr. PL Verma and Mr. RK Mandavi, Beverage Corporation's Joint Managing Director Mr. Tripathi and Excise Officials of all the districts along with all the deputy commissioners, assistant commissioners and other officials from State Headquarters were present.

Chief Minister Shri Baghel's sensitive initiative: Relief in Raipur in Gujarat's pilgrims trapped in Puri


153 pilgrims from Gujarat leave their hometown in Special Coach

Every facility provided to pilgrims stranded in Phoenix in Raipur, Raipur

153 pilgrims from Gujarat state, trapped in Phoeni hurricane in Puri, Odisha, were transported from Raipur to Porbandar-Santravachi tehsil in Porbandar-Santragachi teh. On the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel on the instructions of the District Administration and City Municipal Corporation Raipur, the entire arrangement of succesful return to their home was ensured in the indoor stadium located at Budhapara, Raipur, at the Indoor Stadium, Raipur, food, medicine. Nearly enough pilgrims from Gujarat are getting information about reaching Raipur today, who have been arranged to send their home state back home including food, food and medicine. It is notable that Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has announced a grant of Rs. 11 crore for the assistance of the Phoenie Hurricane affected in Odisha.

          Chief Minister Shri Baghel instructed the authorities to provide immediate help and medical facilities to these pilgrims after getting information about reaching Raipur of Gujarat's pilgrims, trapped due to Phoenix storm in Puri. He asked the officials of the district administration to make the necessary arrangements for providing better facilities to the pilgrims and returning their healthy home. Mayor Shri Pramod Dubey also joined the pilgrims to ensure his movements and ensure the necessary arrangements for his return home. On the instructions of the Chief Minister, the Collector Dr. Basavaraju S. In the guidance of the District Administration and Municipal Corporation, arrangements were made to stay in the rooms of the Indoor Stadium in the old city, for tea and snacks and food for these pilgrims. Four teams of doctors examined the health of the pilgrims and provided them with essential medicines free of cost. Additional Collector Shri Ashutosh Pandey, presenting himself, ensured necessary arrangements.

              Pilgrims returned from Puri said that pilgrims from Jamnagar and surrounding areas of Gujarat state came out on April 17 in the pilgrimage of Puri-Gangasagar. Traveling through Puri, they left their belongings in Puri and went to Gangasagar and after getting back the same, they were trapped in Phoenix storm. Due to the impact of bus and televised transport in Puri in Phoenix hurricane, these pilgrims faced many difficulties for food and lodging during the last three days. As such, the pilgrims arrived at Raipur in a separate jan from 12 am to 6.00 am today.

         Shri Tulsi Bhai Parmar, who came in the group of pilgrims, told that in the last three days those people were unable to get drinking water properly. Mrs. Nanda Ben told that the pilgrims were not bath for the last four days. Mrs Shantaben Rathore said that we were eating biscuits and dry snacks which came from the house. Pilgrims said that here the Chief Minister has given us arrangements for accommodation, food, medicines in a very good way, and we have provided special coaches in the country to send people back home, all of us are very happy with the pilgrims.

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