The first theater opened in the Naxalite stronghold, the movie 'Bahubali'

The first theater opened in the Naxalite stronghold, the movie 'Bahubali'
Bahubali
Television and mobile are not nearly in the Aboriginal area. There is a hot market once a week. People do not have any means of entertainment except this.

Even though the presence of mass communication in the Naxal-affected areas of Chhattisgarh, in Abuzemad, is no more, but now tribals of this region can definitely watch movies in a mini theater. This initiative has been taken to connect the people here with the outside world.

A senior police official said that Chhattisgarh Police has opened the first theater in Basing village of Abujhad area in Narayanpur district and there is a plan to develop such facilities in this backward region. Narayanpur Superintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla told the agency that this small theater was inaugurated on Thursday and a large number of local people arrived there to watch the Bollywood movie 'Bahubali'.

The SSP said, "Actually, the idea of ​​linking the tribals of Abujhad to the outer world is unaware of the activities of the Maoists that are largely unaware." After the discussion with the local people, the 100-seat theater named 'Basing' Sillema 'which means' Basing Cinema' in Gondi Bid. People in this theater can watch movies for free.

Television and mobile are not nearly in the area of ​​various primitive tribals Abuzemad. There is a hot market once a week. People do not have any means of entertainment except this.

Superintendent Shukla said that there is no cinema or theater in Narayanpur city too. In addition to the films, the villagers will now be able to watch television channels on the big screen through direct to Home. It is also trying to show a documentary on planning films, agriculture, education, sports and patriotism.

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