MP News: PESA Act implemented in MP, CM Shivraj gave a big gift on Birsa Munda’s birth anniversary

MP Government News: The tribal section of Madhya Pradesh has...

MP Government News: The tribal section of Madhya Pradesh has become stronger than ever, as President Draupadi Murmu promulgated the manual at the state level Tribal Pride Day convention held at Lalpur in Shahdol district. After release, PESA Act was implemented in the state. Birsa Munda’s birth anniversary this time brought a big gift for the tribal class in the state, because the PESA Act has come into force on this day. With the implementation of this act, decisions will be taken in panchayats belonging to the tribal class with the consent of this class. Madhya Pradesh is the seventh state in the country where the PESA Act has been implemented.

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Chief Minister Chouhan said that according to the new rules of the PESA Act, every year the Patwari will have to bring the land map, Khasra Nakal to the village and show it in the Gram Sabha, so that no one can make any mistake in the records. In case of any discrepancy, the Gram Sabha will have the right to correct it. The consent of the Gram Sabha will be necessary for taking land for any project. No person will be able to grab the land of the villagers by deceit, conversion etc. If this happens, the Gram Sabha will have the right to get it back.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that the gram sabha will also decide whether to give contracts for sand mines, ballast and stones or not. These will first be given to the Tribal Society Cooperative Society. Gram Sabha will give consent for management of ponds, fisheries, cultivation of water chestnuts in them. Management of 100 acres of irrigation ponds, collection of forest produce and determination of minimum price. Tribal brothers will collect forest produce and sell them. The work of plucking and selling tendu leaves will also be done by the tribals. A proposal will have to be made in this regard by December 15 this year.

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Chief Minister Chouhan said that if an FIR is registered in a police station in a tribal area, its information will have to be given to the Gram Sabha. Gram Sabha will also have the right to inspect schools, health centers, anganwadi centers, ashram schools, hostels etc. The Gram Sabha will also manage the fair and the market. PESA coordinators will be appointed to implement the new rules effectively. Special yatras will be taken out from coming December 20, which will end on January 4 at Patalpani, Indore, on the sacrifice day of Lord Birsa Munda.

Union Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda said that the Madhya Pradesh government is implementing the basic principle of Swaraj through the new PESA Act. It tells how to maintain the tribal traditions while connecting them with the constitutional rules. Union Minister of State for Steel Faggan Singh Kulaste said that today is a historic day. The decision to implement new rules of PESA Act in Madhya Pradesh is revolutionary. Today the long wait of the tribal class has come to an end. They are getting rights on water-forest-land. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has brought development to remote tribal areas in the country.

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