Jalna Charter

05/03/2009 at 10:12 टिप्पणी करे

Jalna Charter:

  1. The Maharashtra Gramin Rojgar Hami Yojana is not implemented effectively in the district. 60% of the villages the actual work is yet to start. The form number 4 is not available in majority of the villages. Where ever the work has started people have got on an average only 18 days work. The people are not paid wages for the days which they are not awarded work.
  2. Thousands acre Gairan land is available in every village of the district. To acquire this land and to cultivate this land large struggles are initiated through the Jalna district. Hence the government must immediately intervene and distribute this land to the landless especially the backwards so that they can earn their livelihood.
  3. In the district there is hardly any short stay home for the affected women’s. Hence the government must build atleast one such home in each taluka.
  4. The government must also develop atleast one family court in each taluka.
  5. The quality of the mid day meals in the schools is worst. The children’s be provided qualitative and quantitative meals daily through out the district in each school. The Anganwadis be strengthened and they be provided adequate budget and regular supply of grains and other material to ensure smooth, regular qualitative supply of mid day meals in the schools.
  6. The over all atrocity on the Dalits and Adivasis in Marathwada region have increased manifold. Even in Jalna district there are large scale incidences of atrocities. The law and order enforcement machinery do not take cognizance of such incidences. The poorer sections amongst the backwards who are mainly the targets do not dare to go and file their FIR’s in the police stations. Hence the government must ensure effective implementation of the act and provide full protection to the affected people.
  7. In every village “tantamukti samiti’s” are appointed. These Samiti’s are headed by the Jamindars of the villages. Thus an autocratic rule exists in the villages. The common man and specifically the backward sections are not comfortable and do not dare to take up their matters to these samiti’s. Where as the government has made it compulsory to first take the village matters to these samiti’s and if not resolved there, only then the police takes cognizance of the complaints of the villagers. Hence these samiti’s be headed by the government authority only so that it is really made functional and is effectively implemented to take care of law and order situation at the village level.
  8. Potable, safe drinking water is a serious problem in the district. The people both urban and rural have to go travel long way to fetch water. There are two lakes viz. Ghanewadi and Moti Lake. These two lakes if are digged, cleaned atleast some area of the district can get regular water supply. The people of the district have been demanding the same since long but till now nothing is done. Hence the government must immediately provide adequate budget for this purpose and the repair, cleansing work should be immediately undertaken.
  9. The revenue earned through the steel manufacturing, sales and supply from Jalna be used judiciously for the over all developmental projects of the district and specially to tackle the problem of safe and regular supply of drinking water.
  10. There are around 25 villages in the district which are disconnected from rest of the world during the rainy season. Hence develop proper road and approach to these villages so that they are brought in the main stream of the development process.
  11. The rural population faces severe difficulties of cremation grounds. This is specially so for the Dalits, Adivasis and the Minorities. Hence in every village of the Beed district the government must provide government land for developing cremation grounds.
  12. The district is very sensitive and even one small incidence is sufficient to flare up the communal riots and small incidences create tremendous law and order problem in the district. Hence the police force is modernized, sensitized towards such incidences and strict vigil is kept to avert such incidences. Hence the number of police stations, police posts and personnel’s is increased to meet the demands of the district.
  13. Load shading in the rural areas is to the extent of 16 hours a day creating large scale problems to the farmers, students etc. Hence the load shading is stopped immediately and the rural areas be given priority considering the supply and demand.



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