India’s paramilitary forces organise digital classes in naxal affected areas
- The Central Reserve Police Force(CRPF) has opened computer classes for teachers and students in the naxal areas of Chhattisgarh, Injiram and Sukma.
- It launched the first mobile phone tower in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh.
- CRPF has over 300,000 personnel, including several employed in conflicted or naxal areas.
In July, it had also launched the first mobile phone tower in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh. It also enabled internet facilities, and provided computers to students--a move which was well appreciated by its residents.
“Padhega Bastar, tabhi toh badhega Bastar (Education in Bastar will lead to development),” Moses Dhinakaran, Directorate General of CRPF tweeted. The Bastar district in Chhattisgarh is prone to Maoist activities.
PADHEGA BASTAR, TABHI TOH BADHEGA BASTAR: #228Bn CRPF started computer classes for students and teachers in the Nax… https://t.co/TJgQaGMnnf— Moses dhinakaran (@dhinakaran1464) 1565139382000
The paramilitary forces have been stepping up efforts to establish digital services in remote naxal areas. It recently provided smart TVs and DTH connections to a girls hostel in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh.
The CRPF has deployed over 300,000 personnel, including several employed in conflicted or naxal areas of the country such as Bastar and Jammu and Kashmir.
CRPF in DIGITAL INDIA: #111Bn #CRPF first gave smart TV and DTH connection to a Balika Ashram in Naxal affected Dan… https://t.co/yiYM5v6ywq— Moses dhinakaran (@dhinakaran1464) 1564313260000
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