Five hardcore, award carrying and warranted naxalltes surrendered before the 188 Battalion Central Reserve Police Force at Kondagaon headquarters on Wednesday. The surrendered Naxals are Massu Samal son of & tuba, 28 years, resident of village Bhongapal of Barda dalam carries Rs 15000 award, Rainu Budhram Dugga, 35 years resident of village Jhankari, Rassu Saidu Mandavi, 25 years of village Jhankari, Jagganath Mehar Dugga, 40 years also of village Jhankari, all three from Barda Dalam as members.
Bastar Member of Parliament Dinesh Kashyap conducted public contact programme in Makdi block where he carried out bhoomipuJan, public dedication and heard Problems of villagers. He dedicated Sub Health Center building at village Jarandi, dedicated Primary School building at village Arangula, commercial building at village Mageda, at village Bageda dedicated cultural buildIng and aaganbadi building at Urela. He assured the villagers to resolve the problems raised by them at the earliest.
Four Naxals surrendered before Kondagaon Superintendent of Police (SP) Abhishek Meena and Additional Superintendent of Police (Naxal Ops) Surject Atri, and Farasgaon Sub Divisional Officer (Police) Rajendra Singh Parihar on Wednesday. Former Barada Jan Militia Commander Sada Mandavi (34) of Kulanar, and three former Balt LOS members Dakalu (32) of Kulanar, Shradu Kavade (22) of Badagai and Manguram (32) of Badagai village under Badedongar block laid their arms and joined the mainstream society.
Two dreaded Maoists carrying a reward of Rs 3 lath on their heads surrendered along with carbines to the police in the presence of Bastar Range Inspector General of Police SRP Kalluri and Superintendent of Police Abhishek Meena here on Monday. Presenting them before the media. IG Kalluri said Sampat alias Suite alias Guddu (38), who was East Bastar Division Naxals Military Company Number-6 Commander, hailing from Padeli under Mardapal police station limit and his said to be wife Aamsati Netam (22) of Kaushalpara village, who was doctor of Company number-6 surrendered here.
"District Headquarters of all nine newly-formed districts will be adorned with well-equipped stadiums for the convenience and facility of sportspersons there" said Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh while addressing the general meeting of Chhattisgarh Olympic Association that was organized at conference hall of New Circuit House today, after the executive meeting of the association concluded.
Expressing hope that the ongoing Vikash Yatra will be able to restore an environment of faith among the people in the Maoist infested Bastar region, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that the Vikash Yatra is a symbol of mutual love, confidence and cooperation and cooperation. The whelming response of the Vikas Yatra proves that people have expressed their faith in the policies of Chhattisgarh government, adding that this faith is the biggest strength of the state government. The Chief Minister was addressing a mammoth gathering at Kondagaon