Jangalmahal(Search results - 6)
India9, Oct 2020, 5:35 PM
Ex-Maoists in Jangalmahal seek jobs from West Bengal govt
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has provided jobs to the families of those who went missing in the Maoist era. After receiving this news, many people in the village claimed that they were involved in Maoist activities. They have demanded jobs from the state government. However, the villagers have also threatened to start a new movement if they don’t get a job.
India30, Sep 2020, 12:16 PM
Jangalmahal becoming threat to Mamata Banerjee government before Assembly elections
Jangalmahal played a major role in the transformation of the state. But it is alleged that the government has not kept any word in the past 10 years. Therefore, the villagers who lost their close ones due to the Maoist movement in Jangalmahal have decided to go into conflict with the state government. Political parties think that this will increase the discomfort of Mamata Banerjee before the 2021 Assembly elections.
India9, Sep 2020, 2:41 PM
West Bengal: Jhargram chief medical officer succumbs to COVID-19 infection
Even as the number of COVID-19 cases is increasing at an alarming rate in Jangalmahal, Subodh Mandal, the chief medical officer of health succumbed to COVID-19 infection on Wednesday (September 9).
India7, Sep 2020, 3:13 PM
West Bengal: Battle for supremacy begins as Shuvendu Adhikari removes Mamata Banerjee's picture from poster
Shuvendu Adhikari has been putting a picture of himself across the state in posters. Mamata Banerjee's picture has been removed from the posters. People guess that Shuvendu Adhikari can be huge competition for Mamata Banerjee in Jangalmahal before the 2021 Assembly election.
India5, Sep 2020, 1:11 PM
West Bengal: Maoists put up posters again in Jangalmahal, threaten government with stopping road work
The shadow of terror was seen in Belpahari. Posters were put up on Friday (September 4) in the area threatening to stop the government in carrying out road work. Locals allege that the Maoists have repeatedly threatened the people residing in the area.
India24, Aug 2020, 6:07 PM
No money for mobile phones, internet connection: Remote villages deprived of online classes
Online classes are being conducted by educational institutions for students. Families in the villages, however, do not have the capacity to afford mobile phones and internet connection for online classes. Jangalmahal students are being deprived of online classes due to financial problems.