Dumka: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that Maoists were counting their last breathe in the state which was mainly possible due to better police apparatus who put their lives into danger to break the back bone of the ultras. He said that everyone was aware of the condition of the state which was prevailing before 2014 but things have changed now.
He said some minor incidents have taken place over which soon action would be taken. He said that one can see the change which has taken place in Pesrar, Saryu and Gudhdi where once Maoists called the shots but now there was development going on. He said that government was of the view that development is the solution of all the problems.
The Chief Minister once again urged the youth to return back to main stream of life as with the use of gun change can not be brought in the system. He said that if they would continue to challenge the democracy than they should be ready to face the bullets.