Sunday, August 25, 2019

Panchayati Raj

In modern democracy, a conscious and emotional governance system is essential to identify the problems and expectations of the people so that they can quickly solve them. The main objective behind setting up the Panchayati Raj system with the help of Panchayati Raj and NGOs in Gujarat is that in which elected representatives and government officials contribute to the creation of welfare society through local cooperation among the people.
Thus, in view of the above, several schemes of rural development and public welfare have been implemented in the state of Gujarat through the Panchayat Raj. It acknowledges that collaboration with NGOs is important in terms of achieving a welcoming and rewarding outcome. The government has implemented several schemes of welfare. But the full benefit of it is ultimately necessary to reach more and more the masses that inhabit the village to a lesser extent.

First of all, the solution to this complex problem is to understand what government schemes are and how comprehensive benefits can be made available to the common man in the rural areas of the society. The State Government is invited to be a collaborator in the implementation of the schemes implemented by the Panchayati Raj.

Public participation in the development works like interior roads, approach road, drinking water facilities, school rooms, irrigation works, panchayat dhar, crematoriums, sanitation, etc. are welcome.
Public participation in the Gram Yojana is such an important foundation of the state government.
An important poor-welfare scheme of the state government, such as Sardar Patel Awas Yojana, in which the scheme for providing housing to the people living below the poverty line of the village, has been implemented in the state from the date: 1/3/6. In this scheme, Rs. 5,7 / - Government assistance and Rs. The beneficiary is Rs. It is planned that in the vision of Vision-1, the BPL beneficiaries will not be deprived of the benefit of the scheme.

  • Honor of the State of Gujarat. Under the guidance of the Chief Minister, the state government has launched the latest experiments of gram sabhas in Gujarat from the birth day of Lokayak Shri Jayaprakash Narayan on 1/3/4. The following are the examples:
  • Democratization
  • The medium for training healthy democracy
  • Poor, backward and a chance to introduce women
  • Opportunity and public participation in harmonious dialogue between officer / employee and the public
  • Direct social exploration of the functioning of the Government / Panchayat by the people
  • Increase the transparency and sensitivity of the system
  • Under the latest approach to the Gram Sabha, the Gram Sabhas have been organized in ten phases till date. The questions presented have been resolved to a great extent
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