Big decision of Hemant Soren government, cases registered against those who do pathalgadi in Gumla will be returned

Pankaj Prasad
CM Hemant Soren
CM Hemant Soren

Those opposing the amendment in the CNT-SPT Act and the cases registered at the Gumla Police Station against those who do Pathalgadi will be withdrawn.

The Hemant Soren government has taken a big decision on Saturday. Those opposing the amendment in the CNT-SPT Act and the cases registered at the Gumla Police Station against those who do Pathalgadi will be withdrawn. Chief Minister Hemant Soren has approved the proposal to withdraw the case.

Case was registered in Gumla

Case No. 421/2016 CR No. 1161/16 was registered on 20 December 2016 at Gumla police station against people supporting Pathalgadi for opposing the amendment in CNT-SPT Act . Now this case will be withdrawn.

Government will withdraw the case

In a release issued by the Information and Public Relations Department, it has been said that the people against whom FIRs were filed by registering FIR in Gumla Police Station Case No. Chief Minister Hemant Soren has given his approval to the proposed resolution draft of the Department of Home, Jail and Disaster Management related to their withdrawal.

Pathalgadi has been happening with rituals and rituals

With this decision of the Chief Minister, those people against whom FIR was registered in order to oppose the amendment in CNT-SPT Act under Gumla police station and for doing Pathalgadi, will now get relief. It has been said that the tradition of Pathalgadi (inscription) with rituals and rituals is old in the tribal community and village of Jharkhand.

Pathalgadi is a tradition to preserve the tradition of ancestors

Let us tell you that information about Mauja, Seemana, Gram Sabha and rights is kept from Pathalgadi. There is also a tradition of Pathalgadi to preserve the memory of hereditary, ancestor and marni (dead person). In many villages, Pathalgadi has also been done in honor of the brave sons who died fighting against the British or enemies.

Sub-committee to be formed to suggest reservation percentage for ST, SC and Backward Classes

The government has deliberated on the percentage of reservation for Scheduled Tribes (ST), Scheduled Castes (SC), Extremely Backward Classes (Anu-1) and Backward Classes (Anu-2) in the state of Jharkhand and submitted a sub-committee to submit suggestions. has given its approval on the proposal to constitute.

The sub-committee will do this work

It is to be known that the present government is contemplating to increase the reservation limit in the state. A sub-committee will be constituted for this. This high level sub-committee will dedicate its suggestion to the state government after considering every point regarding increasing the reservation limit for ST, SC and backward classes in Jharkhand.