Central Government allocated Rs. to promote Tribal Economy

Rs 3000 crore allocated to promote tribal economy

Rs 3000 crore allocated to promote tribal economy

The Ministry of Tribal Affairs has launched ‘Sankalp Se Siddhi Mission Van Dhan’ scheme to make tribal people entrepreneurs, with the help of which tribal people will be encouraged.

New Delhi. The Ministry of Tribal Affairs has launched ‘Sankalp Se Siddhi Mission Van Dhan’ scheme on Tuesday to promote tribal people. Through this, tribal people will get new employment opportunities and they themselves will be able to become entrepreneurs. Now all the schemes of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs will be available on a single platform. . On this occasion, several other programs including the new premises of TRIFED Headquarters were inaugurated by Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda.

The government has allocated Rs 3000 crore to promote the tribal economy. Van Dhan is a tribal start-up. Due to which tribal people can also become entrepreneurs. The government will help in this. All the plans will be available on a single platform. In less than two years, 37,362 Van Dhan Vikas Kendras (VDVKs) have been sanctioned by TRIFED, covering 2,240 Van Dhan Vikas Kendra Clusters (VDVKCs) with 300 forest dwellers members. Of these, work has started in 1,200 Van Dhan Vikas Kendra Clusters (VDVKCs). So far, a total of 134 Tribes India sales centers have been opened for retailing, with a total sales of Rs 53.66 crore.

On this occasion, Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda said that ‘Sankalp Se Siddhi Mission Van Dhan Yojana will bring change in the lives of tribal people in the country and new employment opportunities will be created. Minister of State for Tribal Affairs Renuka Singh said that all aspects of tribal empowerment have been taken care of in the initiative being launched today. Various tribal development programs are being planned to be launched in mission mode under Sankalp Se Siddhi Mission Van Dhan. On this occasion, Adviser to the Prime Minister Bhaskar Khulbe, Chairman of TRIFED Ramesh Chand Meena and MD of TRIFED Praveer Krishna were present.




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