Raipur. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has said than the anti-naxal operation would be continued till the naxalites are complete uprooted from the state. Camps would be established in the naxal-affected areas at a rapid pace and the development works in the area would also be accelerated.

Chief Minister paid tribute to the martyred personnel of security forces in Jagdalpur. At the high-level meeting held to discuss this incident, Chief Minister said that I salute the martyr jawans and their sacrifice. I empathize with their grief-stricken family members.

Our jawans valiantly braved the naxalites, causing them a heavy damage. He said that new camps are being established in the area, because of which naxalites are panicking. The area of naxalite dominance is shrinking rapidly. It is the first time when we have entered the den of naxalites.

Central Government and State Government will be work together to speed up the development works in the areas. Efforts are being made to improve connectivity through construction of roads and to extend the benefits of the schemes to the interior areas, said Chief Minister. He said that meaningful discussions have been held in this regard in the meeting and he is hopeful that the Central Government will take appropriate action on our demands.

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