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Tribal Resistance in the Chhechhari Valley-A Field Report

A Field Report Nita Mishra For the last 40 years, the army has used vast areas in the Chhechhari Valley (also known as Netrahat) for various military exercises. The recent proposal of the 23 Artillery Brigade to acquire for a period of 10 years large tracts of land for afield firing and artillery practice range has prompted organised resistance of the tribals in the region against the inevitable displacement While their movement rests on a strong case, the discriminatory policy of the government may yet overcome people's resistance.



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