Rahul Gandhi’s six-fold pledge to tribal citizens

Earlier, it had announced Jai Jawan Scheme in response to Agniveer Scheme.

Speaking today about the good governance promise and FRA – similar to the promise to withdraw the controversial new pension scheme and the controversial Agneepath scheme – Gandhi said: ‘The Forest Rights Act will be brought back. BJP weakened it and did not get the rights it should have on the land. (Now) the land will be under your control again.’

On the subject of security, he said, “In every part of India where more than 50 per cent of the population is tribal, we will include it in Schedule VI. This means tribal people will take all local decisions themselves.”

This is undoubtedly in clear agreement with the promise of self-governance (self-governance or participatory governance). Recognizing the importance of tribal rights to self-determination, Gandhi distinguished between ‘Adivasi’, meaning original or first people, and ‘Vanvasi’, or forest-dwellers, a term he said was preferred by the BJP. Was.