A new comprehensive Naxal eradication policy has been approved in Chhattisgarh. It can be started in the next two months. Under this policy, there are new provisions for policemen and civilians killed in clashes with Naxalites.
The Chhattisgarh government has approved a new Naxal policy to eliminate Maoist violence from the state. The Baghel government has made a new five-year action plan named ‘Triveni’ based on development, trust and security. The main objective of this scheme is to make better coordination between the government department on the issue of effective Naxal eradication.
Under the new policy, additional assistance of Rs 20 lakh to the families of policemen who died during the Naxalite struggle for purchase of agricultural land, government jobs on compassionate grounds to the families of civilian victims of Naxalite violence and Rs 5 lakh to surrendered Naxalites. or more assistance will be given. A senior officer has given this information.
Amendment in Naxalite surrender policy also approved
In this new policy of the state government, the victims of Naxalite violence are empowered to claim compensation in cases of murder, injury, loss of property and livelihood. Along with this, the victims of other states have also been made eligible for compensation in this new scheme. The government has also approved amendment in Naxalite surrender policy. In case of surrender, Rs.50 per round will be paid instead of Rs.5 per round. This new Naxalite scheme of CM Bhupesh Baghel is being appreciated a lot.
Facility will be available within three years of the accident
The compensation given in cases of killing or death, injury, damage to property and livelihood by Maoists has been doubled, while the victims will be provided with artificial limbs, if needed, the official said. Under the new policy, the next of kin of the martyred policeman will get an additional Rs 20 lakh to purchase agricultural land and will also be exempted from stamp duty and registration fee on purchase of up to 2 acres within 3 years of the policeman’s death.