The IAF has requested the government to ensure that states hit by Left Wing extremism spruce up their infrastructure to ensure safety and security of Air Force helicopters.Oct 05, 2012, 16:08 PM IST
Pushing for development in Naxal
strongholds, Union Minister Jairam Ramesh will be visiting
Jangalmahal along with West Bengal CM Mamata
Government on Wednesday
decided to set up telecommunication towers by creating high
security zones in such areas.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman
Singh on Thursday suggested sealing of the inter-state borders
in the affected areas and deployment of Special Forces which
are properly armed there.
Five states hit by Naxal violence want to acquire additional fleet of helicopters for operation, planning to rope in private players to hire them as the government chopper fleet has "limited" flying hours and pilots.Feb 08, 2011, 18:08 PM IST
The govt will soon approve a financial aid of Rs 13,742 crore, for Naxal-hit districts.Aug 07, 2010, 23:03 PM IST
The Government has withdrawn
nearly 100 civilian staff working in Naxal-hit areas of
Chhattisgarh after a deadly Maoist attack in the state last
Even as `Operation Green Hunt` involving over 60,000 central security personnel is underway, Naxal affected states like West Bengal and Orissa top the list
having the highest shortfall of IPS officers.
A group of 50 orphan children,
including nineteen girls today arrived in the national capital
for an educational tour from the Naxal affected districts of
Dantewada and Bijapur in Chhattisgarh.