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January 12, 2021 7:47 pm

New Chapter Of Tribal Community Dev Being Written : LG

  Lt Governor meeting delegation led by Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali

SRINAGAR: Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha, on Tuesday observed that for the first time in history, the tribal community of J&K has been provided forest rights and a new chapter of their development is being written.

He was interacting with various delegations, who called on him at Raj Bhavan in  Jammu today. The delegations hailed the Union Territory government for initiating the implementation of Forest  Rights Act.

He assured the members of the delegations that all the genuine issues projected by them would be taken up on merit for their redressal and urged the former Ministers to continue working towards welfare of the people.

A public delegation from Rajouri was  led by former Minister and senior leader of J&K Apni Party, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali. They said the Forest Rights Act is for the betterment of tribal communities.

He further apprised the Lt Governor about various developmental issues of Rajouri area including augmentation of Banking facilities, upgradation of health facilities, besides other issues of public importance.

Similarly, former Minister, Abdul Ghani Kohli met the Lt Governor and submitted a memorandum of demands pertaining to the welfare issues of Gujjar-Bakerwal community including creation of Gujjar scout; setting up of model Eklavya institutions; transport facilities for nomadic people, among others.

He expressed his gratitude towards the Lt Governor led UT Government for taking several measures for the upliftment and holistic development of Gujjar-Bakerwal community of J&K.

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