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Villagers migrate due to lack of roads! Efforts are being made to change the picture with destiny through Jan Man Yojana.

Purushottam Patra, Gariaband. Can you even imagine that due to lack of roads, villagers are forced to migrate? Not only this, due to the absence of roads, ration reaches the village not in carts but through horses. But now the picture of these villages is going to change with the Janman Yojana of Modi government. 68 roadless villages have been identified, out of which roads will be built in 35 villages at a cost of Rs 40 crore in the first phase. Read this also: Lord Ram's maternal grandmother was born in Ram: Today 3 world records will be made in Chhattisgarh, tomorrow the Pran Pratishtha ceremony will be telecast live at the squares and intersections of Nava Raipur.

This year too, there is news of migration from Amli, a dependent village of Indagaon, amidst efforts to change the image of the villages inhabited by Special Backward Tribe (Kamar) under the Central Government's Janman Yojana. The Gram Panchayat has submitted the list of those who migrated from the dependent village Amli in Mainpur district, which includes the names of a total of 28 people including 11 women from 11 Kamar families.

Deputy Sarpanch Roop Singh said that this village, inhabited by 80 women and 130 men, has been inhabited since the 80s. The main problem of this village is road. There has been a demand for a long time for a road to connect the village with the Panchayat headquarters or the district headquarters. Since the area comes under the purview of Udanti Sita River Sanctuary, the Forest Act is becoming a hindrance in the approval of the road.

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MNREGA works are opened in the village which is inadequate, hence every year some families of Amli go to Andhra Pradesh to work in brick kilns in the month of October for employment, and then return in July-August. Mainpur District CEO Anjali Khalko expressed ignorance about the information about migration. He said that based on the demand of the Panchayat, adequate work is being done through MNREGA for employment.

Ration is brought by horse

Due to lack of roads, even today the people of Kamar tribe living in the mountains of Mainpur development block use horses to carry essential goods. Even if someone falls ill, these horses provide support. Kamar people buy a horse instead of a vehicle with their savings. There are more than 25 horses in villages like Kuruvapani, Bhalu Diggi, Matal, Tarajhar, dependent villages of Kulhari Ghat Panchayat. Since the 90s, the trend of keeping horses to carry essential goods started in these villages.

Road approved for 35 villages

Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Department, Naveen Bhagat said that work has started on the action plan made to provide complete basic facilities to 4919 families of 191 villages dominated by special backward tribes in the district. In the first phase, an amount of Rs 40 crore has been approved for 35 roads of total length of 65 km. PMGSY department will start the process of starting the work soon. The process of obtaining NOC from the Forest Department for other roads is going on.

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Plan made to provide basic facilities

Naveen Bhagat told that 17968 people of special backward tribes live in 191 villages. Sanctioning housing for 1925 needy families, the first installment amount has been deposited in their accounts. Along with this, work is also going on on health, water, electricity and employment arrangements.

What is Jan Man Yojana?

PM Janman Yojana was started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 15 November 2023. Under the scheme, there is a provision to provide facilities like electricity, safe houses, clean drinking water, nutrition and better accessibility, education, telephone connectivity, roads in PVTG area and health sanitation to the people of backward tribes.

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