A road has been cut from 16 places in Dantewada area of Chhattisgarh, which is considered to be the stronghold of the Naxalites, between lockdown and corona infection. About six crore rupees were spent on the construction of this road connecting Aranpur to Potali. Now the situation is such that even the way to reach the ambulance in the village has been closed. According to the CRPF, the damage to the road reflects the increasing frustration of the Naxalites. 111 battalions of CRPF and Anti-Naxal Unit of District Chhattisgarh Police ie District Reserve Guard 'DRG' are deployed in this area. It is said that more than 150 Naxalites had reached Patali village to cut the road. They severely damaged the road with an IED blast.
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After 13 years, the movement of vehicles started on this road connecting Aranpur to Potali. In 2007, Naxalites had dug up this road from 40 places by making a big attack here. For this work, the help of IED blast was taken, according to a CRPF official, the Naxalites want to keep their grip on this area. They know that the development work being done here is a message of their farewell, so they continue to do such activities every day.
It is being speculated that the motive of Naxalites is that no development work should be done here. A police camp has also been established near Potali village. Now the road was also started here. The life of the tribals started changing. New business activities were also being started in the village. Health and other basic services were also reaching the people. Now the Naxalites have cut the same road once again. Due to this, people will have to travel on foot again to Aranpur, Potali, Burgum, Kakadi, Nahari and Gonderas village of Sukma district.