June 14 2011
Indian security officials are expected to establish nearly 400 fortified police stations in eight states most affected by Maoist insurgents, reports the Calcutta Telegraph.
An army training battalion is also expected to be created in Chhattisgarh. A meeting to finalize the plans has been scheduled for this week, according to government officials.
The move was precipitated by last week's attacks that killed 18 police officers in Chhattisgarh, said sources.
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