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Chidambaram changes programme on Raipur


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Raipur, January 21, 2010: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram today changed his tour programme of Chhattisgarh and now he would be arriving here at Raipur late this evening to review the anti-naxal and security issues with three Maoist hit states.

The Union Home Minister was earlier scheduled to arrive tomorrow at 9.30 AM at Raipur from New Delhi but that has been changed due to fog and bad weather condition in Delhi, top officials told ChhattisgarhTopNews.Com.

Chidambaram would now arrive today at 10.00 PM at Mana Airport, Raipur with a delegation of top central officials, the sources said.

Besides Chidambaram, Additional Secretary Home, D R S Chaudury, Joint Secretary Dr Kashmir Singh, Additional Director IB P Mahendru, Director General CRPF A S Gill, DG BSF Raman Srivastav, DG ITBP Vikram Srivastav, besides D S Dadwal and Safi A Rizvi, OSD to the Home Minister would be arriving here today in a special BSF Aircraft for the tomorrow meeting, they said.

Chidambaram would be staying at the VIP Guest House Pahuna tonight and tomorrow at 10.00 AM he would chair a meeting at the State Secretariat to review the issues of Anti-Naxal operation and security with the Governments of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Maharashtra.

In the meeting, besides Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, Chief Secretary P Joy Oommen and his officials, Chief Minister of Orissa Naveen Patnaik, Director General of Police M M Praharaj and Home Minister of Maharashtra R R Patil and his officials would be present, officials said.

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