Grand human chain formed on World Tribal Day

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Aug 2018 11:36:44


 

 

Staff Reporter

TO mark the World Tribal Day, a grand tribal human chain was formed by the members representing different tribal organisations under the banner of Saiyukt Adivasi Samiti on Thursday. On this occasion tribal leaders handed over a memorandum at the Collectorate addressed

to the Governor of Madhya Pradesh, Anandiben Patel.
On August 9, 1982, to implement human rights and protection a steering group was constituted. The group raised various issues and on the basis of which the United Nations have declared August 9 as Tribal Day with various objectives and now the issues are failing to get recognition. The United Nation Orgnisation has highlighted the living standards in India, malnutrition, education of domicile especially tribal education, social responsibilities, tribal culture, political sensitivity, poverty, health and such issues were brought in attention.


After this development in the UNO it is believed that the Indian tribal and domicile are not getting these facilities. Half of the population is striving hard to get every thing. Education and health that should be given to tribes without any condition could not be provided due to corruption. With the objectives the World Tribal Day was announced by UNO seems failing to shape in India and to bring it in attention the Human Chain was formed in city on this occasion.


Staging human chain protest the Tribal leaders expressed concern on present condition of Tribal in the country and said the present generation is in danger. Our education is not complete while we want complete education, health and nutrition and these are our fundamental rights. On the occasion of World Tribal Day the tribal leaders pressed their demands and demanded that their demand of good education, health and nutrition should be fulfilled on priority. If timely action is not taken by the Government then tribal would have no other option left to go for Bharat Bandh.


Eminent tribal leaders who led the protest and formed human chain includes Tribal Joint Committee office-bearers including former Minister, Congress leader, Kaushilya Gontia, former MLA, Nanhelal Dhauve, Kishore Bhalavi, Bhikhulal, Roshanlal Kol, Bhiya Lal Gontia, Bhangan Singh Bhumia, Pinku Gontia, Devesh Choudhary, Laxmi Narayan Kol, Shankuntala Gontia, SS Takam, GS Tekam, KL Dhurve, Balkrishna Uikey, Shiv Kumar Gontia, Anita Gontia, Shayam Lal Gontia, Sarman Rajak, DL Korche, Rekha Kol, Roshni Kol, Shimla Kol, Bablu Yadav, Rahul Gupta, Deepak Sethi, Vikram Choubey, Rajesh Mishra and others.