Police training youths of Naxal-affected villages
Chaibasa: The West Singhbhum district police have started providing training to youths from Naxal-affected villages to make them competitive to seek employment in state police or security force.
The district police have started providing training to batches of 100 youths from each naxal-affected villages at the police line in the district headquarter Chaibasa, said the Superintendent of Police Pankaj Kamboj today.
The district police would also provide to them all information about recruitments in the state police or security forces.
The trained youths would have to be in contact with police stations concerned regularly in this regard, he said.
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