Raipur, Jul 27 (PTI) The Chhattisgarh Government has approved a proposal to raise an auxiliary armed police force in the Naxal-affected state. The Cabinet today approved the 'Chhattisgarh Auxiliary Armed Police Force Ordinance 2011' and it has been sent to the Governor for his assent, Chief Minister Raman Singh told reporters here. He said the new force is being raised keeping in mind Special Police Officers (SPOs), local tribals who are engaged in anti-Maoist operations. Over 5,000 SPOs will be inducted into the unit, which will be assisting the security forces, Singh said.
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New Delhi: Three Indian states -- Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh -- have the highest number of orphaned and abandoned children in India, according to a study.
"The central zone has approximately six million orphan children under the age of 18 and this figure will shoot up to 7.6 million by the year 2021," the study by the NGO SOS Children's Villages of India said Tuesday.
New Delhi, Delhi, July 26, 2011 /India PRwire/ -- Central Zone, which comprises the 3 states of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, houses approximately 6 million orphan children (under 18 years) and this figure will shoot up to 7.6 million by the year 2021 according to a recent study by SOS Children's Villages of India. It is closely followed by the East Zone which has approximately 5.20 million orphans, and is estimated to increase to 6 million by 2021.
Raipur: The Chhattisgarh government has earned as much as Rs 1.75 crore from cable connections provided throughout the state.
The revenue is 141 per cent more than what was collected last year.
According to officials of Commercial Tax (Excise) Department, there are over 1 lakh and 53 thousand cable connections in the state. And through these connections, the department has earned as much as Rs 1.75 crore as entertainment tax.
RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh government is all set to raise an auxiliary armed force of adivasis for anti-Maoist operations in insurgency hit districts. It has readied 'Chhattisgarh Auxiliary Armed Police Force Ordinance 2011', which enables it to hire those with knowledge of local area, topography and language to 'assist security forces' in combating Maoist violence.
While it does not specifically prescribe recruitment of adivasis alone, by making service in the auxiliary force contingent on knowledge of local area and language, it indirectly limits the pool of recruitment to adivasis.
THE case Nandini Sundar vs State of Chhattisgarh arose out of a writ petition (civil) filed in 2007 in the Supreme Court by Nandini Sundar, a Professor of sociology at the Delhi School of Economics; Ramachandra Guha, a historian; and E.A.S. Sarma, former Secretary to Government of India and former Commissioner, Tribal Welfare, Government of Andhra Pradesh. The petitioners had alleged that the State of Chhattisgarh was actively encouraging a group called Salwa Judum, a civil vigilante structure, to counter Maoist insurgency, and that had resulted in violation of human rights.
Orissa, India, July 25 (CDN) — Hindu extremists on July 14 summoned three Christian families of Missionary Grace Fellowship and demanded that they abandon Christ or face a social boycott in Lathikata, Banapur. The Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) reported that a Christian woman identified only as the wife of Sarat Naik declared before the intolerant Hindus and others that she and other Christians were prepared to undergo persecution, but that under no circumstances would they abandon Christ. She said relationship with Christ had transformed their lives, according to the GCIC.
Last week, at the release of another book on the rise of Maoism, " Hello Bastar," author Rahul Pandita described the terrible exploitation of tribals by petty officials and forest contractors. He condemned Salwa Judum, the anti-Maoist vigilante force, and said the tribals had little choice but to pick up the gun along with Maoists and fight for their rights.