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     Raipur/Jagdalpur, January 26, 2009: Amid elaborate security arrangements, both the Governor and the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh today stressed for rehabilitation of the people affected by the Maoists violence in the state.

      After unfurling the tri colour at the historic Lal Bagh maidan at Jagdalpur, the district headquarters of Bastar, the Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh said every step would be taken to provide security to the citizens and his government was committed to further the policy of rehabilitation of the people affected by the naxal violence.

     Singh also said every possible help would be provided to the Salwa Judum movement, which had been praised by every democracy loving persons of the world.

      Meanwhile, Governor ESL Narasimhan, after taking salute of a ceremonial parade at the historic Police Parade ground, said the state government was determined to provide security and rehabilitation to the people affected by the naxal violence in Bastar region.

     Stating that the terrorist activities in the country and naxal violence in the bordering areas of the state were indications of danger to the unity and integrity of the country, Narasimhan said he wanted increase in morale of the security forces and people and end to naxalism and terrorism.

     He also said democracy does not limit to head counting, rather sustained development of life style and condition.

    Since the Maoists had called for observing the Republic Day as a black day, there was elaborate security arrangement in all sensitive places through out the state.

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