PM adviser hails anti-Naxal efforts in Chhattisgarh

Prime minister Manmohan Singh’s Adviser TKA Nair visited the Naxal infested pockets in Chhattisgarh and reportedly praised the efforts taken by the state government to deal with the red army.

During his three-day visit, Nair travelled across the sensitive pockets of worst Naxal-infested districts of Sukma, Dantewada, Bijapur, Jagdalpur, Narayanpur districts and Manpur area of Rajnandgaon. On Friday, he called on chief minister Raman Singh and held discussion on the issue.

A state government spokesperson said that prime minister’s Adviser appreciated the state government’s schemes and projects taken up in the districts for development of education and livelihood. He opined that the young officials were conceptualising innovative projects like Livelihood College Project for creating employment and self-employment opportunities for youths.

He added that the projects like Pota Cabin had also been beneficial for the Naxal-affected children of Dantewada district. Nair visited Jawanga in Bastar that is being developed as an education city. The government spokesperson said that Nair appreciated the work taken up by in Manpur of Rajnandgaon district for socio-economic development of villagers.
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