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Gwalior: Collector verified the beneficiaries after reading the list in PM Janman Camp

Gwalior, 20 February (HS). Waking up early in the morning, people were not able to even complete their daily activities. Meanwhile, when government servants knocked at their door, the people of Sahariya tribe were filled with wonder as to what was happening today that the government servants were knocking at their door so early in the morning. Are giving. Here we are talking about the special camps organized on Tuesday on the initiative of the district administration under PM Janman (Prime Minister's Tribal Justice Maha Abhiyan) in Sahariya tribe dominated settlements across the district. Collector Akshay Kumar Singh along with Senior Superintendent of Police Rajesh Chandel also reached various Sahariya dominated settlements early in the morning to know the actual situation of these camps.

Collector and Senior Superintendent of Police reached Sahariya Dafai of village Udaipura and discussed with the people in an informal atmosphere to know about their well being. The Collector read out the list of Sahariya beneficiaries identified through the survey conducted under Janman Abhiyan and verified it. A total of 69 families reside in this Sahariya tribe dominated settlement. Whose membership number is 280. He stressed that no eligible Sahariya family should be deprived of the government schemes, otherwise strict action will be taken. Collector Shri Singh expressed displeasure when some Sahariya women drew attention towards the difficulty in getting ration from fair price shops. He instructed the revenue officers present in the camp to prepare a Panchnama and take strict action against the fair price shops.

Late lady, who recently passed away in Sahariya Dafai, Udaipur. To provide National Family Assistance to Mala Adivasi's family, the Collector got the form filled on behalf of his family members. Also, he called a senior officer of the postal department and asked him to send a team to get the Aadhaar card of the remaining people made as soon as possible. The Collector instructed the officials of the concerned departments present in the camp that no eligible person of the colony should be left out of the Ayushman card. Provide free Ujjwala gas connections to the homes of 100% Sahariya families and get caste certificates, composite IDs and Aadhaar cards made for the remaining Sahariya people.

Become eligible for various schemes as soon as you get the certificate

Collector Akshay Kumar Singh on Tuesday reached among the Sahariya families settled near Hazira police station in Gwalior city, coming from various villages of the district and neighboring districts. The difficulties of these families, which were deprived of various government schemes due to lack of caste certificate, were resolved on the spot. Collector Shri Singh got the caste certificates of the people of Sahariya tribe made from the competent authority in the camp itself and handed it over to them. Seeing the happiness of Sahariya people after getting the caste certificate. Aadhar Card, Ayushman Card, Samagra ID and food grain eligibility slips were also made through the camp organized on this occasion. Additional Commissioner Municipal Corporation and SDM Gwalior City Atul Singh and other concerned officers were present in the camp.

Also met the beneficiaries who became an example of self-reliance

Collector Akshay Kumar Singh and Senior Superintendent of Police Rajesh Chandel also reached village Mughalpura of Murar District Panchayat on Tuesday. He encouraged the women beneficiaries who are doing successful dairy business by organizing themselves in self-help groups under the National Rural Livelihood Mission in this village. Also visited the farm of Rahul, a farmer who is successfully producing medicinal plants. The Collector also called upon other farmers of the district to adopt it.

Saplings planted in Behta Chowki complex

Collector Singh and Senior Superintendent of Police Chandel, who were on a tour to inspect the camps of PM Janman Abhiyan, also planted saplings on Tuesday. He planted saplings of various species in the Behta outpost complex located on the National Highway. On this occasion, the Collector asked the post in-charge to make proper arrangements for the protection and maintenance of the plants, so that the planted plants can become trees.