Raipur. The Chhattisgarh government has made a provision of Rs 20 lakh for the purchase of farm land for the families of martyrs in the new Naxal eradication policy and to provide artificial limbs to injured jawans if necessary. The authorities gave this information on Saturday. The officials said provisions have also been made to provide government services along the lines of compassionate designation in the case of the killing of the winning family member in a Naxalite attack.
He said that at the cabinet meeting held on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the new Naxal eradication policy was approved. Officials said the new Naxal eradication policy is based on the government’s Triveni development, confidence and security action plan. He said that the tasks and objectives to be carried out by various departments in the fields of education, health, employment, etc. have been mentioned in this policy.
The officials said that under the new policy, an amount of Rs 20 lakhs will be given as extra aid amount to the families of police force martyrs for the purchase of agricultural land and for the purchase of agricultural land within three years, up to two acres of land. Stamp duty and registration fee will be exempted. Arrangements will also be made to provide artificial limbs for injured jawans if necessary. He said that provisions have been made in the Naxal eradication policy for the rehabilitation of Naxalites, families of Naxalites and surrendered Naxalites.
He informed that there is a district level committee arrangement under the chairmanship of the district level collector for the rehabilitation decision. He said that in case of difficulty in this, a state level committee has been set up under the chairmanship of the Additional Principal Secretary or Principal Home Secretary. He reported that various agencies have provided various benefits and facilities for rehabilitation.
Authorities said the amount of compensation given to villagers for killing, injuring and damaging property by Naxalites has been increased by up to two times. By virtue of this, if necessary, the artificial member will be provided by the Secretary of Social Welfare. He said that in the event the breadwinner was killed by the Naxalites, government service would be provided along the lines of compassionate appointment.
He said that if the government service is not provided, an additional amount of Rs 15 lakh will be given for purchase of agricultural land and exemption in stamp duty or registration fee on land up to two acres will be given for purchase. of agricultural land in three years. The officials said that if a Maoist surrenders with a weapon, he will receive 50 rupees instead of 5 rupees per cartridge. The officials said that an amount of Rs 25,000 will be given to each Naxalite to surrender.
He said that when delivering a Naxalite with a reward of Rs 5 lakhs or more, an amount of Rs 10 lakhs will be delivered separately (this amount will be added to the previously stated reward amount and the amount of compensation payable in lieu of weapon delivered). . The officials said that this amount will be deposited in the bank and its interest will be given to the surrendered Naxalites. He said that this amount will be delivered after reviewing his conduct after three years.
He said that if the surrendered Naxalite buys agricultural land within three years, then he will be exempt from stamp duty and registration fee on land up to two acres. He said that under the new policy, victims from other states have also been eligible for compensation. He said that if a civilian or a surrendering Naxalite has given special cooperation to the police in the operation against the Naxalites and this poses a threat to their security, then in such cases the Inspector General of Police may recruit them at the highest level. low. positions in the police department.
The authorities said that the Chhattisgarh Naxal eradication policy will be effective for five years from the date of its implementation. Officials said the state has a Naxalite surrender and rehabilitation policy and a compensation provision for victims of Naxalite violence, but for the first time a comprehensive policy has been drafted. The official said the policy will be introduced in the current session of the state assembly. It is expected to be implemented in two months, he said.