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CM Hemant Soren chairs second meeting of Jharkhand Tribal Consultative Council (TAC)

In all, 11 points were discussed in the second meeting of TAC on Monday. Many important decisions were also taken. The CM said that all round development of tribal community Main objective of TAC. He asked officials to take strict legal action against those involved in human trafficking

Ranchi: The second meeting of the Jharkhand Tribal Consultative Council (TAC) was held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Hemant Soren today in the auditorium located at Secretariat.

A number of issues were discussed extensively in the meeting.

Champai Soren, Minister-cum-Vice-Chairman, Welfare of Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes, Minorities and Backward Classes Department was also present on the occasion.

In the meeting, Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that the Tribal Advisory Council (TAC) is an important unit for the all-round development of the tribal community of the state.

The Chief Minister said that the TAC discusses all the important issues of the tribal sections like economic, social, educational and other development issues related to the community.

TAC is working to connect the links as to how to maximize the upliftment and development of the tribal community.

He said that the state government is committed for the betterment of the tribal communities. In the meeting, with the objective of promoting entrepreneurship among the people of the tribal community in the state of Jharkhand, the committee urged the Government of India to convert the tribal states of Schedule 05 of the Constitution to the same industries as the North Eastern states of the country which are covered under Schedule 6 of the Constitution.

In the meeting a sub-committee was constituted under the chairmanship of MLA Prof. Stephen Marandi. MLAs Mr. Deepak Viruva, Mr. Bandhu Tirkey, Mr. Bhushan Tirkey and Mr. Chamra Linda will be members in this sub-committee.

This sub-committee will make available loans including agricultural loans, home loans and education loans to the people of the Scheduled Tribes community in an accessible manner through banks, in consultation with various banks, to improve the rules for providing loans and to provide loans to the Scheduled Tribes in the state.

After doing a thorough study of the past and present land acquired, the report will be submitted to the TAC and the sub-committee will also advise the TAC in this regard.

In the meeting regarding the implementation of Sarna religion Code, it was decided that TAC would soon prepare a proposal on the aspects of giving Sarna Code and send it to the President through the Governor.

It was also decided in the meeting that a delegation of TAC under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Hemant Soren would also meet Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi soon.

It was also agreed in the meeting that an action plan would be prepared after considering for wide publicity of the brave martyrs and the top leaders of the Jharkhand movement and including them in the curriculum of schools.

In the meeting, Chief Minister Hemant Soren directed the Home, Prisons Department to make strict laws and monitor them continuously to check human trafficking. All the members of TAC expressed concern about human trafficking and stressed on strict action should be taken against the culprits.

A high level committee has been constituted under the leadership of the Chief Minister regarding the atrocities being committed against the people of the Scheduled Tribes community.

Through this committee, all types of atrocities and exploitation related cases are reviewed and recommended for action.

It was informed in the meeting that a Tribal University is being established in the state at Jamshedpur with the aim of saving and developing tribal language-culture-knowledge etc.

Soon the university will be run by making an act.

In the meeting, the Chief Minister said that the government is committed to issue maximum caste certificates to the tribal community in the state.

In the meeting, it was agreed on the proposal to issue caste certificate only once in a lifetime to the people of the tribal community.

In view of the difficulties being faced by the people of the Scheduled Tribe community in making the caste certificate, it was decided to issue the caste certificate once in a lifetime.

In the meeting, at the time of formation of Jharkhand State, Sarna, Masna,

These points were discussed in the meeting

Tribal communities have to face many difficulties in getting caste certificate.

The Personnel Department may consider issuing a notification in this regard so that once in a lifetime, the people of tribal communities have to produce caste certificate which can be used throughout life.

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