Firm determination of forces defeating Maoists in Jagargunda

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Jan 2018 10:41:12


 

 

DANTEWADA,

Security forces are set to flush out Maoists from Jagargunda, once known to be stronghold of Red rebels. Construction agencies are working day and night with the security personnel deployed at every corner from Aranpur to Kondasavali. Troopers boarding land mine protected vehicle are patrolling the area round-the-clock. Entire valley is now under the security cover of security personnel.
Bastar is known as the hot-bed of Naxalites. Hundreds of villages were under the threat of Red rebels.


At every step explosives are planted. But security forces with firm determination have thwarted the evil designs of Red rebels who had been keeping Jagargunda region under their influence for one and half decade. Finally, the Red rebels were defeated. Residents of this area were living in constant fear of Naxalites. Development work in Jagargunda region had come to a halt with increasing Naxal activities. Essential services like Anganbadi, health and education could not be conducted due to Naxal menace. But displaying his political will and courage, Dr Raman Singh had held a ‘Chaupal’ in Naxal-infested Jagargunda region five years back and assured the tribals that the government was with them. Hundreds of jawans sacrificed their lives while linking Dornapal to Aranpur and Maoists carried out several major attacks but the government did not step back. And now the security forces are set to stamp out Naxals from Jagargunda region. Collector Sourabh Kumar and SP Kamlochan Kashyap have thrown all their might to fulfil the dream of the Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh. CRPF’s 231st Battalion camp has also been established in Kondasavali. With the help of automatic solar lamp, now the entire valley is illuminated.


Jawans say that now onwards government will be able to serve people in the Jagargunda region. Freeing of Jagargunda from Naxalite menace could be attributed to political will power of the Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh.