Naxal assault: Amit Shah to visit Chhattisgarh today, to meet harmed jawans
Association Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday will visit the site in Chhattisgarh where 22 security faculty were killed by Naxals in a trap, authorities told PTI.
The pastor will likewise seat a gathering where the security circumstance emerging out of the Saturday occurrence will be explored.
During his visit, Shah will meet a portion of the harmed security staff in an emergency clinic, a home service official said. Thirty jawans were harmed in the trap.
The home priest alongside Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is required to go to a wreath laying function in Raipur and pay recognitions for the security work force executed in the assault, another authority said.
The security work force were executed by Naxals when they were out on a brushing activity in a timberland along the boundary of the Bijapur and Sukma locale of the state.
The home pastor on Sunday pledged to give a befitting reaction to the Naxals and said that the fight against the radicals will be won through joint endeavors of the focal and state governments.
Shah had said that the public authority will proceed with its battle against such foes of harmony and progress.