Officials of National Tribal Commission visited Chhota Udepur, inspected implementation of Forest Officer Act and Pesa Act – Officials of National Tribal Commission visited Chhota Udepur, inspected implementation of Forest Officer Act and Pesa Act

by Ana Lopez

Chhota Udepur: Officials of the National Tribal Commission visited Chhota Udepur and inspected the proper implementation of the Forest Rights Act as well as the Pesa Act.

Officials of National Tribal Commission visited Chhota Udepur, inspected the implementation of Forest Officer Act and Pesa Act.

Presentation to the officials of National Jan Jati Aayog

Tribals have been claiming their rights over water, forest and land for years. At that time, the officials of the National Caste Commission Chotaudepur Has visited the district. The officers of the Commission inspected whether the Forest Rights Act and the Pesa Act were properly implemented. Along with this, the officials of the commission have also ordered not to remove anyone until the pending claims of the tribal community are settled.

National Tribal Commission visited, 3,000 people made representations

Around 3 thousand people of Chhota Udepur district have presented their various issues to the officials of National Jan Jati Aayog. Mainly, collective forest rights have been introduced. And those who have been given less land. Issues including re-examination of such cases and immediate action in pending claim cases and submission of Gir Foundation report with evidence have been presented.

On this side, under the Gujarat State Tribal Education Society, a large educational complex has been established in the district with facilities for accommodation, meals and education for the tribal children of the tribal area so that they do not lag behind in education. The BJP government in the state allocates a budget of crores for the education facilities of tribal children. However, the biggest question is the quality of food served in the educational complex.

Just two days ago, the Gozaria Education Complex in Kawant taluka of Chotaudepur district has come into controversy. More than 2300 tribal students from 6 schools including Model School Residential School study in this complex. Pavi Jetpur MLA Jayanthi Rathwa made an accidental visit to this school complex and shocking facts came to light. Although the government spends a lot on accommodation and food for the students studying in the school, it has come to light that the students are getting low quality food. In the interview of MLA Jayanthi Rathwa, it has come to light that students are being given raw vegetables along with thick and dry roti.

Also Read: Gujarati Video: Chotaudepur’s Gozaria Education Complex’s kitchen piled high with dirt, poor quality food served to students

Not only this, but the kingdom of dirt was also found in the kitchen. Unhealthy food given to children is threatening their health. A week is laid just behind the kitchen, this is also where the cesspool is emerging, due to which the kingdom of stench has arisen.

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