Jlap. New Zealand News.
In order to get justice for the deceased villager Alha Ram Bariha in Doomarpali, there was a blockade on National Highway 53 Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh Chowk, Dumarpali on August 31, in which the Naib Tehsildar assured that action would be taken within 10 days. Accepting his assurance, the movement was ended by the rural and all tribal society, but even after 10 days, there is resentment among the villagers and the people of all tribal society for not taking any action.
A meeting has been prepared in the village regarding the matter and a road map has been prepared to start a fierce movement again. In the meeting, to provide justice to Alha Ram Bariha, paddy procurement center in Dhak, construction of high school building in Dumarpali, toll block free of villages within 10 km, to give forest rights letters to eligible beneficiaries from the gram sabha, issues of resolving electricity problem There was discussion. He explained all the aspects related to this subjects in detail and said that to overcome the problem of electricity, the solution should be done at the earliest.
In the meeting, Deva Nayak, former Vice President, Janpad Panchayat Mahasamund, Yogesh Kumar Thakur, Tribal Students Organization, Nilambar Patel Village Development Committee President, Ramkumar Bariha, Nandu Ram Bariha, Indal Bariha, Nil Kumar Bariha, Kriparam Thakur, Motilal Thakur, Tikeshwar Thakur, Krishna Kumar Thakur , Makhiyar Dhruv, Son Singh Dhruv, Rainsingh Dhruv, Vidyadhar Dhruv, Rohit Dhruv, Siyaram Dhruv, Sant Kumar Dhruv, Vishnu Prasad Pandey, Krishna Chand Patel, Meenketan Patel, Bhagirathi Patel, Jeet Ram Patel, Dwarka Sen, Jhumuk Baghel, and all Villagers were present.