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    CRPF 151 Battalion built a ropeway across the Chintavagu stream on the borders of Telangana and Chhattisgarh to help connect Adivasi villages and for military movements. This project was led by CRPF Inspector General of Police Saket Kumar Singh and oversaw by Commandant Pradyuman Kumar and Deputy Inspector General of Police Sunit Kumar Rai.

    In Chintavagu, near Pamed, about 10,000 Adivasis from 35 villages had to go into the jungles during the monsoon season from June to January. They used country boats to cross the creek, but it was sometimes dangerous. These villages rely on Cherla for medical care and Pamed, which is 110 km away from Bijapur, for everyday needs.

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    To address the challenges faced by soldiers during the monsoon season and to improve connectivity, a 200-meter ropeway was built by a team of engineers from CRPF 151 Bn and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP). The project started on May 2 and was completed on June 4, allowing four people to be carried at once.

    The construction of a bridge over Chintavagu began two years ago to ensure ongoing access to Adivasi villages. However, due to disruptions by Maoists hindering the progress, the bridge remains unfinished. Thanks to the new ropeway, locals can now safely cross the creek during the rainy season to carry out their daily tasks.

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