Govt to launch Dalits scheme on Independence day
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that an uncommon Scheduled Caste advancement system would be dispatched on August 15 in Karimnagar locale. This will be a piece of a pilot extend in Karimnagar area to wage a war against destitution among Dalits.
KCR, who held a meeting to generate new ideas with District Collectors, said striking changes in the lifestyle of Dalits ought to be seen in next five years. He guided the authorities to discharge stores for Scheduled Caste welfare on the premise of rate of populace.
He said that 15.4% of the aggregate budgetary apportioning would solely be used for the improvement of Scs and the Social Welfare office would be renamed as SC Development Department. He asked the Collectors to battle the war like fighters against destitution among the Dalits.
“On a normal, each one area would get about Rs 600 crore. In the event that the legislature adds the trusts to Central help, then there would be satisfactory cash for SC improvement. In the nearing five years the trusts for each one area may touch even Rs 4,000 crore,” he said.
The Chief Minister said the area task system had been unsuccessful and later on three sections of land would be assigned to every landless Dalit rancher.