Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel's announcement has rekindled hope among villagers for development in Naxal-affected regions of Bastar.
The Chhattisgarh government has launched Mukhyamantri Suposhan Abhiyan, in which a massive share of district mineral fund was allocated to provide nutritious food to villagers at panchayat level.
With this facility, seven remote villages will be able to get the necessary ration material along with health facilities and food grains in their own village.
Chhattisgarh Sarva Adivasi Samaj has accused the government of breaching its promise to provide compensation to Silger victims and implementation of Panchayat law.
The Tri Food projects will be demand driven and will facilitate the food processing units to meet all environmental and safety standards as per Indian laws
After returning from Delhi, the CM said those who are chanting a tune of two-and-a-half years will not succeed.
There has been no indication from Congress to remove Bhupesh Baghel from the post of CM. Rahul Gandhi has, however, warned him over complaints raised by TS Singh Deo.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will meet Baghel and Singh Deo and state in-charge PL Punia will also be present at this meeting.
In Chhattisgarh's Naxal-affected Bastar and Dantewada district, tribal women are making eco-friendly rakhis and various types of ornaments from bamboo.
Newly constructed Rajiv Bhawan was being inaugurated in Surguja district on Saturday, in which virtually state in-charge PL Punia, state chief minister Bhupesh Baghel were involved
The Naxals also looted and escaped with one AK-47 rifle, two bullet-proof jackets and one wireless set of the security personnel.
In the midst of rain, CM Baghel himself sat on a silent dharna for an entire hour, during which Minister Ravindra Choubey accused the BJP government of hooliganism.
MPs Chhaya Verma and Phulo Devi Netam termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah as destroyers of the country.
This is the first time that the villages falling under the disturbed area of the Red Zone have become completely 'Green Zone' — free from all forms of Naxal activities or frontal organisations.
The township is being constructed to protect the former naxalites as their lives would be in danger if they stayed in their respective villages.