Villagers form organisation to decide their own collective fate

Subhash Gayali from Dhanbad in Jharkhand says people in the area says companies here have destroyed their forest and land a lot and they feel the need to make a people’s organisation to stop further destruction. He speaks to one villager who tells him that they have formed an organisation and will from now on will decide their fate o their own. He says we will tell the officials on what should be done or not done in their village. For more Subahsh ji can be reached at 07739338917

Posted on: Oct 11, 2011. Tags: Subhash Gayali

Not enough supply of subsidized seed, fertilizer in Jharkhand

Uttam Gayali, a farmer in Jharkhand says that the centre sanctioned more than one lakh sixty thousand tons of food supplies ( for drought relief) But only about sixty thousand tons were supplied. After three years of drought, the area has got rains and the farmers expect to get their own crops this year. But in the meantime there is anger in the area that the centre kept none of its promise on seed and fertilizer as well. For more details contact Subhash/Uttam Gayali at 7739338917.

Posted on: Sep 18, 2011. Tags: Subhash Gayali

If corruption not controlled, we may not remain independent

Subhash Gayali from Jharkhand says here in villages lots of people are very enthusiastically supporting movement of Anna Hazare. He talks to a villager in Dhanbad district of Jharkhand who says they hope we will be able to defeat the demon of corruption with the help of this movement which they fully support. If corruption is not controlled then we may not remain a free country he says. Subhash ji can be reached at 07739338917

Posted on: Aug 19, 2011. Tags: Subhash Gayali

Adivasi women stop govt survey team by force in Jharkhand

Subhash Gayali from Jharkhand is telling us about an incident today in Noamundi area of West Singhbhum district where village women stopped a govt survey team. The women asked the survey team whether they have permission to do survey from the Gram Sabha. When the survey team could not answer satisfactorily the team was physically stopped by the women’s team. Women said this is a 5th schedule area and no work can be done without permission from Gram Sabha. The survey team has filed a police case. For more Subhash ji can be reached at 092639622

Posted on: Jul 26, 2011. Tags: Subhash Gayali

Women get training to understand rights in Panchayat, RTI, FRA

Subhash Gayali from Jharkhand is reporting about a training workshop for women to understand their rights in Panchayat, RTI and forest rights issues. He says the women said that they had no idea abou their rights before the training

Posted on: Jun 12, 2011. Tags: Subhash Gayali

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