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Chief Minister Kamal Nath trying to establish 'penetration' in rural areas through Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti

Saturday - February 23, 2019 3:17 pm , Category : BHOPAL
BJP opposes Kamal Nath Government’s Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti
BJP opposes Kamal Nath Government’s Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti

Big question: Is the constitution of the Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti violated the Panchayati Raj of the Constitution?

FEB 23 (WTN) - After fulfilling the promise of farmers’ loan waiver, Kamal Nath Government of Madhya Pradesh is now going to work on new formulas to strengthen its vote bank in the rural areas, under which in the villages there will be domination of Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti, constituted by Kamal Nath Government, instead of Panchayati Raj which has been running successfully for many years. As you know, the right for development work in the rural areas is allotted to the Panchayat. The Sarpanch and secretary of a Panchayat together decide what development work to be done in the area.

But this model of Panchayati Raj, which has been running successfully for years, has now changed in Madhya Pradesh. Kamal Nath Government of Madhya Pradesh has constituted Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti in about 23 thousand Panchayats of the state. For your information, let you know that through this Samiti, now there will development work be done in a Panchayat. There are 11 members in this Samiti and this Samiti is formed in every Panchayat. The minister in charge of the district will have control on this Samiti.

The work of this committee is to deliver Government schemes to the public. Not only this, this committee will also report to the Government to the working of Sarpanch and Secretary. This committee of 11 members will monitor all Government schemes. By the way all the rights will remain with the Sarpanch, but the decision of the committee on those rights will be final.

According to the information, the committee has included 11 educated youth of the Gram Panchayat area and these committees have been created by the Collector with the approval of the minister in charge. At the same time, there is a limitation of age in these committees i.e. the age of the members of the committee should not be more than 25 years on January 1, 2019. The necessary for the committee is that at least 6 members should be under graduate and 5 members should be higher secondary. The term of this committee will be for 5 years. At the same time, there should be at least three women in the committee.

Here, the committees formed by the Kamal Nath Government have got started to be opposed. The BJP has alleged that for the sake of political advantage, the Kamal Nath Government wants to capture the rights of the Panchayat by establishing these committees and wants to accommodate its people. After the formation of the committee, the Panchayat secretary and the Sarpanch are also angry. The Sarpanch and the secretary argue that it is not constitutional to give a working report of a Sarpanch to the Government.

At the same time, the Government has argued that such committees have been formed only to ensure the participation of youths for the overall development of the village. The aim of these committees is to provide necessary cooperation to the village Panchayat and the Government departments for the development of the village and to coordinate between them. The work of the committee will be evaluated every year by the Government and the best performing committees will get a one lakh rupees award at the Janpad level.

But the big question is whether the Gram Yuva Shakti Samiti formed by the Kamal Nath Government is not a violation of the rules of Panchayati Raj of the Constitution? Because the Constitution has given all rights to the Sarpanchs, is it right to review the functioning of the Sarpanchs by a committee constituted by the Government and monitor their works? Sarpanchs and secretaries including the BJP have started to oppose it. Now it is necessary to see if the formation of these committees gets challenged in the court, then what logic to justify these committees will be given by the Kamal Nath Government.