शुक्रवार, 1 जनवरी 2016

Relocation and Rehabilitation of Khadia Tribes in Asankudar

Relocation and Rehabilitation of Khadia Tribes in Asankudar village was made with consent of Tribals, says District Administration of Mayurbhanj,Odisha  exposed through RTI

RTI Application  was submitted to the PIO, office of  the Field  Director, Similipal Tiger Reserve-cum- Regional Chief Conservator of Forests, Baripada, Mayurbhanj  seeking  information about details of  decision taken by the administration for relocation of Khadia Tribe from Similipal Reserve area  and rehabilitating  them   at Asankudar under Thakurmuda  village  of Mayurbhanj district, total fund spent for it.  The details of the information provided by  the PIO dated 4.12.15 received on 12.12.15 is as follows.

1.      On 30.3.13,  the villagers  of Upper Barakamura  sent a letter   to  the Field  Director, Similipal Tiger Reserve-cum- Regional Chief Conservator of Forests, Baripada, Mayurbhanj   appraising him about  the problem, deprivation  of their children to get education, denial  of health services etc. with request to to reloate  them  from Similipal  and rehabilitate  in Ranibhola  village of Hatigoda Gram Panchayat  under Thakurmunda Block.

2.      On 13.4.13,   the tribals of Bahaghar village made a similar type of request to Field Director, Similipal Tiger Reserve to relocate ad rehabilitate  them in Ranibhola  village of Hatigoda Gram Panchayat  under Thakurmunda Block.

3.      Then, Palli Sabha was conducted  on 14.11.13 where the  villagers gave their consent to be relocated  to the site selected by  them in Asankudar  village  and all the villagers opted  to avail  option-1 package  as per N.T.C.A., New Delhi  guideline.

4.      On 18.11.13, the Joint Family Survey  was conducted by Revenue and Forest officials  where  22 families  of Upper Barakamura  and 10 families  of Bahaghar Settlements were identified.

5.      On 22.11.13,  the matter was discussed  in Project  Level Rehabilitation  and Resettlement Committee  meeting . The process of their relocation  started  in coordination with  District Administration.    

6.      Total fund received  and utilised  for relocation and rehabilitation  of core area  villages  of Similipal Tiger Reserve  under State Plan, Central Plan  and CAMPA from 1977-78 to 2014-15  as follows
      ( in Rs.)
Head of service
Total fund received
Utilised by Collector
Utilised  by FDSTR
Grand Total
Balance fund available  with Collector, MBJ
CSP
90429388.90
80431937.10
4336067.80
84768004.90
5661384.00
State Plan
18700000.00
8848555.00
650000.00
9498555.00
9201445.00
CAMPA(W.L) 2014-15 A.P.O.
3,50,00000.00
3,50,00000.00
0
3,50,00000.00
0
Grand Total
144129388.90
124280492.10
4986067.80
129266559.00
14862829.00
Funds provided by DRDA, Baripada
1900000.00
1900000.00
0
1900000
0
Funds provided by DRDA, Baripada
663400.00
700263.00
0
700263.00
-36863.00

7.Rs. 10,00,000/- paid  to each family  of Upper Barakamura and Bahaghar  village  of Similipal  Tiger Reserve  under Option 1 of N.T.A. Guideline.

8. For relocation of  32  families  of Upper  Barakamura  and  Bahaghar settlement  villages , Collector, Mayurbhanj  has paid  Rs. 3,20,00000.00  @ Rs. 10.00 lakh  to each family   as  package amount  out of the amount deposited  by the Similipal  Tiger Reserve  Authority  with the Collector, Mayurbhanj

9. Besides that the District Administration  provided the following  items  to the relocation and rehabilitation  of tribals in Asankudar.
a.  10 decimal homestead land provided to each family.
b. One house to each family allotted under Mo Kudia Scheme.
c. Free food grains provided to each family.
d. Health and Aganwadi facilities provided at Asankudar
e. Two no. Tube well s have been dug out at Asankudar
f. Electricity connections provided to each household
g. One NGO namely Indian Grameen Service have been engaged for hand holding support  for enhancement  of their livelihood option.

Pradip Pradhan
M-9937843482
Date- 31.12.15
 


  

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