वन अधिकार दावों को मान्यता देने में छत्तीसगढ़ अग्रणी

Chhattisgarh is a leading state in the entire country in recognition of individual and community forest rights claims. So far, 21 lakh 95 thousand 228 hectares of land has been distributed under 4 lakh 86 thousand individual and community forest rights recognition letters. These include distributed land of 3 lakh 60 thousand 619 hectares to 4 lakh 41 thousand 502 beneficiaries under individual forest rights recognition letter and 18 lakh 34 thousand 609 hectare area under 44 thousand 524 community forest rights recognition letters. The review meeting of Tribal Welfare Department held under the chairmanship of Union Tribal Affairs Minister Shri Arjun Munda was given in the committee room located at Mahanadi Bhawan. In the meeting, School Education and Tribal Welfare Minister Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam and Managing Director Tribal Cooperative Marketing Association of India Shri Praveer Krishna, Secretary Tribal Welfare Shri D.D. Singh, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Chief of Forest Force Shri Rakesh Chaturvedi, Commissioner Tribal Welfare Smt. Shammi Abidi and senior officers were present. On this occasion, Union Minister Shri Munda spoke about the programs being run in the interest of tribal people in Chhattisgarh. I took detailed information and directed them to get maximum benefit by ensuring its better implementation. He laid special emphasis on the overall upliftment of the tribal class and development of their entrepreneurial skills. Along with this, he also directed the concerned departments to work coordinately in the direction of health improvement and better living of the tribals in the remote and remote areas of the state. Similarly, for the overall development of the tribal class, giving special attention to their education and health, directed them to provide maximum employment opportunities to them. He said that programs for the development of tribals are being run well in Chhattisgarh, it is commendable. In the meeting, Minister for School Education and Tribal Welfare Dr. Premsai Singh Tekam said that the education of tribal people in Chhattisgarh. Continuous work is being done for social and economic development. Along with this, special emphasis is being given by implementing the schemes run in their interest in a better way. On this occasion Secretary Tribal Welfare Shri D.D. Singh gave detailed information about the schemes and programs run for the upliftment of the tribal people in Chhattisgarh. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading