Chhattisgarh: Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited the CRPF camp in Bijapur on Monday evening and met the injured jawans. It is worth mentioning that Shah had reached Chhattisgarh after the Naxalite attack on CRPF personnel on Saturday.
Earlier on Monday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel held a meeting with senior officials in Jagdalpur after paying tribute to security personnel who lost their lives in the Naxalite attack on the Subar Sukma-Bijapur border. After this, while talking to the media, Amit Shah said that the sacrifice of the soldiers will not go in vain, this fight will not stop but will proceed with more speed.
Home Minister Amit Shah said, “On behalf of the PM and the central government and the country, I pay tribute to the security personnel who lost their lives in the Naxalite attack.” The country will always remember his sacrifice to take the fight against the Naxalites to a decisive turn. ”
He said, “I want to assure the countrymen that this fight (against Naxalites) will intensify and we will win it in the end.” We have successfully established camps in the interior areas in the last few years, causing a major setback to the Naxalites, resulting in such incidents. ”
Amit Shah said, “Both the Center and the state governments are working together on two fronts, which include speeding up development work in tribal areas and fighting against armed groups.” I want to assure the people of Chhattisgarh and the country that after this incident, the fight against the Naxalites will intensify. ”
Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel said, “Naxalites have suffered heavy losses in this encounter lasting for 4 hours. We have information that they took the dead bodies and injured Naxalites in four tractor-trolleys. We need to give impetus to development work in the interior areas. ”
He said, “I salute the soldiers who lost their lives in the Naxalite attack and express their condolences to their families.” This incident has shocked everyone. While showing courage, our soldiers have given a befitting reply to the Naxalites. Around 26 Naxalites were killed at that time.