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Nov 11, Voting for the second phase is on November The security forces are prepared to deal with them," a senior police officer told NDTV.
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The Maoists triggered seven explosions today between two villages in Antagarh, km from state capital Raipur, injuring a Border Security Force soldier. In a separate encounter that broke out at Bijapur today, a Maoist was killed and another was arrested. Their chief, Hidma, was last known to be active in Sukma," said the police officer who asked not to be named.
He said at least heavily-armed Maoists could be active in Sukma and Dantewada. The Maoists are known to deploy concealed spikes and other booby traps in the jungles to slow down the advance of security forces and election staff. Several traps laid by them have been uncovered in Bastar. Elections are due in Maoist-hit areas of Chhattisgarh tomorrow and the drones are being used to recce the area before security forces move in to sanitise the area for election officials. Polling for 18 of Chhattisgarh's 90 seats - all located in Maoist-hit areas, will be held tomorrow.
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The rest will vote on November Intelligence reports say Maoists from Maharashtra, Telangana, Odisha and other states on the Maoist corridor are in Chhattisgarh ahead of first phase of elections. For more than a decade, Maoists have put a ban on voting by villagers and implement it by force. This morning, Maoists triggered seven explosions and took on security forces in Kanker district, km from state capital Raipur in which one of the insurgents died.
The rhetoric is understandable. Most veterans of the struggle for a separate Telangana state still nurse misgivings about injustice to the new state during bifurcation.
Professor Madabhushanam Sridhar Acharyulu, information commissioner in the Central Information Commission in New Delhi, says that inmischief was done by Andhra in dropping the Telangana title from the name of the state — Andhra-Telangana — as agreed upon earlier and renaming it simply as Andhra Pradesh. Even in the AP Reorganisation Act ofhe says, though Hyderabad was made the joint capital for 10 years, no timeframe has been set for division of the Andhra Pradesh high court.
He sees a conspiracy in this.CM KCR LIVE - KCR Press Meet At Pragathi Bhavan - V6 News
KCR continues to use to his advantage the memories of the perceived injustices done to Telangana by the natives of Andhra. Political hawks predict that as KCR and his party take this xenophobic rhetoric forward, the coming years will see an intensification of water wars, not only between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh but also with Maharashtra and Karnataka.
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He contrasted this with how Karnataka and Maharashtra were utilising Krishna and Godavari waters by illegally building more ayacuts, small aqueducts, check dams and other minor irrigation projects, which require no clearance by the Central Water Commission. This is a continuation of his frontal attack on Andhra natives, which he launched in August as soon as bifurcation was announced. Andhra people can work for the government there. KCR wants the residents of Andhra out of Hyderabad.
Along with government officials, local businesses like tea shops, liquor joints, petty grocery shops, bus operators and taxi services that were patronised by these Andhra residents are also likely to gradually migrate as patrons fall away. KCR and his team, however, deny that civilians are on the run.
But nobody can stop anyone if they want to go. PTI file photo Welfare plus business KCR knows well that xenophobia alone will not be enough for him to retain his tight grip on power.
Thus he has combined a strategy of fear with promises of free doles. Public welfare has been on the top of his political agenda, with Rs 35, crore being spent annually on such schemes in the last two years.
He is willing to splurge in order to keep his core vote bank — the farmers — happy. What results these welfare schemes will yield, and whether they will be implemented properly on the ground, will have to be determined only in another few years. However, the reverse has happened with the apparent inflow of about companies, including the likes of Google, Amazon and Apple, into the state. As per state government data, software exports have increased by 16 percent to Rs 68, crore in The state registered a growth of The healthcare and education sectors have benefited from this IT push, according to industry experts.
KCR, the former scourge of the IT industry, has managed to use it as a development plank to weed out middlemen and contractors in a bid against corruption and cleaner governance. In fact, the Telangana government has gone a step further than its Andhra counterpart, introducing more electronic initiatives in administration, policing, internal security, delivery of subsidies and welfare initiatives to citizens and farmers, and in ensuring the safety of women and children.
Telangana and Hyderabad are now being propped up as start-up hubs with their innovative IT policy — a far cry from the image of the street fighter that its chief minister KCR has deliberately cultivated.
We all feel that KCR is struggling to give us more, but is not able to do so due to some constraints. We can wait for some more time.