CM travels by road in Naxalite bastion

Chhattisgarh Main Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Sunday travelled 50 km by highway in areas of

Chhattisgarh Main Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Sunday travelled 50 km by highway in areas of Dantewada district wherever Naxalites are lively and formally declared “remarkably sensitive” to examine developmental works.

Baghel, on a two-working day go to to Dantewada district, focused in village Gamgawada a fantastically renovated ‘Devgudi’. He appreciated the common paintings created on the rocks around there and available prayers to ‘Aanga Dev’.

He then took foodstuff as component of traditions with local community heads, monks and assistants. The Gamavada village gals Self-Assist Teams presented street performs on concerns like anaemia, malaria eradication, cleanliness, cultural heritage, cent per cent training and Devgudi.

Even though talking with     villagers, Baghel enquired about the minor forest deliver collection, paddy procurement and implementation of govt strategies.

In Dantewada, at a charge of Rs 13.5 lakh, Devgudi’s are becoming developed in 143 villages. The Chief Minister planted ‘Sulhpi’ sapling in the premises.

Just after the event, in Patarras village, he laid     foundation stone of ‘Sarva Chhattisgarhiya Samaj Ekta Parisar’. It will be created above 18.42 acres of land. Seventeen communities have used for group buildings. Separate properties will be constructed for each          local community.