Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday focused the Congress-led regimes within the nation for “ignoring” the welfare of tribals, including efforts are underway to make sure growth of areas which remained backward through the “earlier” regimes.
“Tribals weren’t given their dues by the sooner governments and have been disadvantaged of fundamental amenities,” Modi stated, addressing the Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas celebrations right here.
The Central authorities is celebrating November 15, the start anniversary of revered tribal icon Birsa Munda as Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas.
“Like Ambedkar Jayanti, Gandhi Jayanti and different related days, the jayanti (start anniversary) of Bhagwan Birsa Munda can be celebrated yearly on November 15,” PM Modi stated.
Growth is now happening in 100 aspirational districts which remained backward through the earlier (Congress) regimes, PM Modi stated.
PM Modi launched a number of initiatives for the welfare of the janjatiya group, together with the ‘Ration Aapke Gram” scheme in Madhya Pradesh.
The scheme is geared toward delivering the month-to-month quota of PDS Ration to beneficiaries from janjatiya group in their very own villages each month, in order that they don”t should journey to the Truthful Value Store to gather their ration.
PM Modi additionally handed over genetic counselling playing cards to beneficiaries, marking the launch of the Madhya Pradesh Sickle Cell (Hemoglobinopathy) Mission.
The Mission has been developed to display screen and handle sufferers affected by sickle cell anaemia, thalassemia and different hemoglobinopathies and to extend public consciousness about these ailments, whose affect is seen to be extra profound on the janjatiya group of Madhya Pradesh.
The PM laid the muse stone of 50 Eklavya Mannequin Residential Colleges throughout varied states and UTs together with Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tripura and Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu.
He stated the plan was to have 750 such faculties all around the nation.
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