The provisions are being drawn up by the Ashok Gilot government in Rajasthan to further strengthen the Pisa Act. Arjun Singh Bamania, Minister of State for Regional Tribal Development, told the assembly today that provisions are being made to further strengthen the PESA Act. With this code, the department tries to solve local problems of gram panchayats.
Minister of State for Regional Tribal Development Arjun Singh Bamania, in response to a supplementary question from MLA Ramlal Meena, said that the tribal regional development program should be implemented and implemented in accordance with the instructions of the Panchayati Raj Department, the nodal section of the Pisa Law. It used to be. Meanwhile, he said that due to the lack of receipt of funds and implementation of PESA, there had been a delay, but that a meeting would be held soon.
Arjun Singh informed Pamania in the Legislative Assembly that no amount has been released to the Provincial Tribal Development Department by the Panchayati Raj Administration in the year 2018-19, 2019-20. Then they released the amount in 2020, but because of COVID-19, they demanded a refund.