Nagpur: Under the Tribal Development Scheme government has started the DBT Direct Transfer Scheme for purchase material for the tribal students and Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Scheme for those tribal students who have not got admission in hostel informed Tribal Development Minister Vishnu Savara. He was replying to questions raised by Vikhe Patil, Vijay Wadditwar and other MLAs.
Vidarbha and Nagpur Unit of Adivasi Vidyarthi Sangh had taken out a morcha demanding to stop the DBT scheme, for off line hostel admission process, to stop Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Scheme, distribution of post matric scholarship, to start insurance scheme for the students staying in hostel, to enforce forest right act, to stop the admission of bogus tribal students, reservation for promotions be kept etc. The Tribal Development Commissioners has been given order to send a proposal of these demand.
There are 47 different schools are available for the disabled in Nagpur district. Out of these 44 schools are given pay and aid as per rule, 2 schools dereconised and the process of entering names of employees of one school in social work list is in process and so aid has not been given, informed Social Justice Minister Rajkumar Badole. He was replying to a question raised by MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh.
Ajit Pawar, Anil Gote demanded setting up of a committee and starting its working for giving fair price to crop and fruit growers. Replying to them Cooperative and Marketing Minister Subhash Deshmukh said, a committee has been set as per government decision. The committee has held five meetings in Pune, Nashik, Wardha and Solapur. As per the advise inthe meetings the report is being prepared, He informed.