Dantewada. Chhattisgarh: On 21st December, 111 and 231 Battalion Central Reserve Police started a motor driving training program at the battalion headquarters to make the tribal youth of Naxal-affected areas employable, under which the training program was organized in the Livelihood College, the duration of which was 30 days. is of
And after completion of training all trainees will be given a certificate as well as driving license. It is being organized under the Civil Action Program Program 2020. In the past, various skill programs have been organized by this Vahini to make the local tribal youth employable.
Taking this link forward, by getting away from the hollow ideology of the Naxalites, by including them in the mainstream of the society, they can be made self-reliant so that they can educate their children and walk step by step in the development of an India. Vinay Kumar Singh as the chief guest Deputy Inspector General of Police Operations Police Force Dantewada Amresh Kumar Commandant 111E Corps Rei Police Force Kewal Krishna II Command Officer Operational Range Dantewada Sanjay Kumar
Second Commanding Officer 231 V Corps Vikas Kumar Singh Deputy Commandant Vishwas Kumar Singh Deputy Commandant 111th Corps Nagendra Singh Deputy Commandant 231 V Corps Danveer Singh Deputy Commandant 111 V Corps Keri Police Force along with other officers were present.