Tribal welfare among top priorities: Pawar

Tribal welfare among top priorities: Pawar

NASHIK: Tribals are the original inhabitants of the country, and they cannot be deprived of their rights. It is the responsibility of every citizen to respect their rights. It is from this responsibility that the 75 years of independence is being justified along with the memory of Birsa Munda through the national memorial of Krantiveer Raghoji Bhangre and honour of Badgi Machi, thus stated MP Sharad Pawar.

He was speaking at the bhumi pujan ceremony of the national memorial of Krantiveer Raghoji Bhangre and the inauguration of Tribal Culture Festival 2021 at Vasoli in Igatpuri taluka yesterday. Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection and District Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, Assembly Deputy Speaker Narhari Zirwal, Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad, Padmashri Rahibai Popare, MLAs Hiraman Khoskar, Daulat Daroda, Manikrao Kokate, Nitin Pawar were present.

On the occasion, MP Pawar said that tribals are the original inhabitants of the country and they protect water, land, and the environment. The Central and State governments are implementing various programs for their overall upliftment. Tribal welfare has been among the top priorities of the Central and State governments.

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