Banda Charter

05/03/2009 at 10:44 टिप्पणी करे

Banda Charter:

  1. The ‘Kol’ community must be included as a Scheduled Tribe in Uttar Pradesh
  2. The BPL quota must be increased in the districts where there are a larger number of impoverished families.
  3. The ban on the sale of forest produce must be removed and traditional forest dwellers be given the right to sell forest produce.
  4. Regions where biodiversity is under threat, such as in Bundelkhand, must be protected by declaring them as natural reserves.
  5. Farmers must be given training and economic support to promote rain water harvesting.
  6. Developmental programs must also focus on the regeneration of non-fertile land.
  7. A health centre must be established for every population of 5000
  8. Every person should have access to clean drinking water and work to develop ‘pucca’ roads in every village must be initiated.
  9. A qualitative assessment of teaching standards must be undertaken to ensure that all children receive comprehensive education.
  10. There must be a ban on the extraction of mineral reserves.
  11. Health provisions for the aged must also be made at the village level in the same way as ANMs and ASHAs have been put in place to ensure women and children’s health.



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