Chhattisgarh Tourism Board (CTB) has come out with attractive offers to attract domestic tourists. Now the tourists can experience the exotic beauty of this unexplored place at special discounts on room rents across all its properties in the State. It has also introduced special family package tours spanning various tourist circuits in the State.
Turning off the tourist circuit reveals a rather different picture. And the questions begin to tumble out: Why are few roads in Bastar well constructed and others are at their unbelievable worst? Why is the problem - undeveloped roads - still awaiting a solution despite the availability of ample resources, as indicated by Five-year plan budgets?
The answer seems rather evident in its simplicity: Maoist presence. Labelled the stronghold of the guerrilla force of the outlawed CPI (Maoist), the Bastar region has always had development processes lagging, with roads being the first target.
Normal life in the vast forested interiors of insurgency-hit Chhattisgarh was hit as vehicles went off the roads and people remained indoors in fear as the Maoist-called two-day shutdown began on Sunday to protest the killing of their top leader Kishanji.
There is an uneasy calm in the state's sprawling 40,000 sq km mineral-rich Bastar region besides certain jungle areas of Raipur, Mahasamund and Rajnandgaon districts where residents fear violence during the shutdown despite heightened security, a police officer said.
In an embarrassment for the para-military force, four Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel, patrolling the Odisha-Chhattisgarh border, were arrested by Nabarangpur Police on Friday for looting a jeweller of the neighbouring State two days before the Umerkote by-election. The four included an Assistant Commandant.
Police recovered Rs 6.62 lakh cash and over 220 gram gold from their possession. The jeweller, Sohan Golchha, identified the four personnel in the presence of District SP Niti Sekhar.
Maoists, who allege discrimination against tribal areas when it comes to development, have destroyed as many as 258 school buildings in the past six years in the Red Zone, with Chhattisgarh alone reporting more than half of the total destruction.
Sharing the state-wise statistics of Maoists' targets of school buildings, the government has told Parliament that the ultras' acts has even drawn the attention of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ( UNESCO) that had last year compiled an elaborate report on such incidents.
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A 50kg bomb was Saturday recovered by a patrolling team of the Chhattisgarh Police in the interior of Maoist violence-hit Bastar region, an officer said.
The bomb was found on a road in a jungle pocket of Bijapur district, 500 km from here.
"The bomb that was placed on a road by Maoist militants was detected by a police party which defused it immediately. It was certainly meant to target the police party," district superintendent of police R.N. Das told IANS.
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Assembly Speaker Dharamlal Kaushik inaugurating the Rama Magneto Mall at Bilaspur:-
Speaker of Chhattisgarh State Assembly Dharamlal kaushik inaugurated the much-awaited Rama Magneto Mall near Srikant Verma Square here on Friday.
The Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board (CGPEB) has extended the date of TET (Teacher Eligibility Test) application distribution and submission datefrom November 4 and November 8 to November 12 and November 17 respectively. According to CGPEB examination controller Pradeep Choubey, the dates have been extended keeping the convenient of the applicants in mind. It is to be mentioned here that the dates have been extended twice. Earlier, the last date of distribution and submission of TET application forms were decided as October 30 and October 31 respectively.