Women commandos dare rebels, ensure Tindori village connectivity with Bhairamgarh

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 02 Sep 2017 10:22:58


The Hitavada State Bureau,

BIJAPUR/RAIPUR,

Sept 1,

IN the year 2006 Maoists disconnected the Tindori village in Bijapur district from other villages by damaging the bridges and road that was constructed in the village. Ever since the Tindori villagers were denied access to health, education and other essential services due to non availability of all weather road from their village to their Block headquarters in Bhairamgarh.

But the newly-formed team of women commandos of Bijapur police ensured that the villagers of Tindori are connected back to the mainstream by completing the repair of the road and bridges destroyed by Naxals eleven years back.

A few days back when Bijapur Collector Aiyaz Tamboli and Superintendent of Police K L Dhurw came to know about the plight of the Tindori villagers due to lack of proper road connectivity and they decided to get the road repaired by providing round the clock security.  The women commandos of Bijapur police came forward to camp in the village and provide security cover to the construction work.

In spite of heavy rainfall in the area, the women commandos provide dedicated security to the project and gets the work completed successfully. Bastar Range IG Vivekanand Sinha, DIG Dantewada Range Sundarraj P along with other officials reached Tindori where villagers extended them a warm reception and thanked the district administration and Police personnel for getting their village connected to the mainstream.

While addressing the villagers, Bastar IG Vivekanand Sinha mentioned that the public support is the main source of strength for security forces in combating the Naxals. DIG Sundarraj P stated that the security forces in Bastar were dedicated to bring in peace and prosperity in the region.

The women and village elders shook hands with the women commandos and expressed their gratitude for their dedicated efforts for the development of their village. Bijapur SP K L Dhurw,Zila Panchayat CEO Abishek Singh and ASP Mohit Garg 199TH Battalion CRPF Commandant Deepak Notiyal along with other revenue and Police officials were also present on the occasion.