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May 15, 2019
6:53PM

PM Modi says, his govt ensured protections of rights of the tribals

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Senior BJP leader and  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that his government has ensured protections of rights of the tribals, and enhanced welfare measures for them. 

Speaking at Deoghar in Jharkhand today, he said that minimum support price for forest products were increased from ten to fifty different types of products, and a fixed share has been allotted in the forest produce, in addition to compulsory spending of profits from minerals on tribal welfare. 

He enumerated various projects -like upcoming new  AIIMS, Airport in Deoghar and new road and rail lines in Santhal region of the Jharkhand. He also said that BJP governments at both Centre and  Jharkhand  are giving special incentives to farmers. He charged the opposition parties like Congress and JMM of abetting illegal immigrations of Bangladeshis in the region and country.
 

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