Naxal affected Bastar changing with development of roads, schools: C’garh CM | Latest News India

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Bagheel on Friday said that Naxal-prone Bastar is changing with the development of roads, bridges and schools.

Describing the change, the chief minister said the development of new bridges, sidewalks and roads is underway and schools have been closed for the past 15 years.

Speaking at a press conference in Raipur, Bagheel said, Bastar is changing and development is underway, schools have resumed after 15 years, 156 schools have been reopened in Bijapur and 98 schools have been opened in Sukma. People are benefiting from state government projects. “

The income of the people is increasing, there are four tractor showrooms in Bijapur alone, two-wheelers and cars and tractor showrooms around Jagdalpur. The chief minister said that this shows that people are taking advantage of government projects.

Bastar is thriving in health, income and education, women’s products of self-help groups are being recognized in agriculture, small forest products, goat farms, poultry and fish farms and C Mart is also opening in all cities, ”he added.

The Chief Ministers held a dialogue with the locals in Bhanpuri, Bastar, as part of their ‘Bhaint Mulakat’ campaign on Friday. He also announced several facilities for the people.

Asked about the Enlightenment Mosque case, Bagheel declined to comment, saying, “The court is monitoring the situation. I don’t think I should make any statement about it.”

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