Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Jharkhand CM initiative gives Sabar man a new lease of life


Camp to link PVTG families in Dumaria block with government schemes

Ranchi, February 7: On the initiative of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, Tuna Sabar belonging to the Primitive Tribal community got a new lease of life.

Now he will get freedom from the skin disease. Doctors have assured that soon Tuna will be seen in its old form.

Notably, Chief Minister and tribal affairs minister Champai Soren got information about the illness of Tuna Sabar, a very poor person living in Dampabeda village, Kendua block of Dumaria block of East Singhbhum.

The Chief Minister immediately instructed Deputy Commissioner East Singhbhum Vijaya Jadhav for better treatment of Tuna, belonging to the Sabar community amongst the vulnerable primitive tribal group.

 Minister Champai Soren also kept giving instructions to the Deputy Commissioner in this regard. As soon as the instructions of the Chief Minister and information about the matter were received, the Deputy Commissioner sent an ambulance and Tuna Sabar was admitted to the Sadar Hospital in Jamshedpur and a team of doctors started treating Tuba Sabar.

Sick Tuna Sabar in Dampabeda of Kendua Panchayat under Dumariya block proved to be a boon for other Sabar families. On the instructions of the Deputy Commissioner, health check-up of all Sabar families was done by setting up a special camp in the village. Twelve families of the Sabar tribe reside in Dampabeda. Under the PVTG Dakiya scheme, food grains have been made available to all till the month of January.

Applications have been taken from the Sabar family for goat rearing under the Mukhyamantri Pashudhan Yojana. Soon the Sabar families will be connected with various other welfare schemes of the government.

After your government’s ‘Aapke Dwar’ program and from before, the present government is reaching out to the people living in the remote areas of the state. People untouched by development and schemes are being given benefits of schemes by organizing camps.

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