After anti-Covid lockdown break, India to return to cricket field playing against Australia | Railways to provide trains for migrant workers on states' request: Supreme Court | Madras HC declares Jayalalithaa's niece and nephew as her legal heirs to property | India adds new 6,566 Covid-19 cases, registers 194 deaths in 24 hours | Karnataka asks PM Modi to allow reopening of temples, mosques, churches from Jun 1 |

People in India's Maoist-hit areas pin hopes on Modi government for safety

ANI | 01 Jun 2014, 01:26 pm
Gaya / Gumla / New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): People living in India's Maoist-hit areas are banking upon the newly formed government of Narendra Modi for their safety and security. Maoism is one of the critical issues that Modi would have to deal with among many other problems as it continues to disrupt people's lives and property. A trader from Gumla district in Jharkhand, Anil Mishra, said the new BJP government has given hope to the people. Jharkhand is one of the Maoist-prone areas where rebels carry out activities on a regular basis and create difficulties for people to earn their livelihood. India's eastern state of Bihar has also been a witness to the extremist issue for a long time. A trader from Gaya district in Bihar, Sumit Kumar, said the new government needs to form stringent laws against Maoism to tackle the problem.

People in India's Maoist-hit areas pin hopes on Modi government for safety

ANI
Comments ()

Post your comment:

Web Analytics