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     New Delhi, August  07, 2010: To develop infrastructure in 35 naxal hit districts of the country, the Centre would soon approve an Integrated Action Plan, including a financial aid of Rs 13,742 crore.

     The IAP would aim at development of infrastructure and facilities like drinking water, electricity, roads, sanitation and health services, and the plan would spread over a period of three years, a national conference on forestry administration in Naxal-affected areas was reportedly said.

     It would also envisage continuous efforts to improve governance like implementation of Panchayats Extension to Schedule Areas so as to give the tribals the right to use minor forest produce.

     Initially, 35 naxal hit districts would be given Rs 45-50 crore for setting up primary health care, educational and sanitation facilities. Later, it could be extended to other districts as well, it was said.

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