Mizoram government to bring bill for forest protection, tribal rights: Congress

The Congress on Saturday said that if it forms the government in Mizoram, it will pass the Forest and Land Conservation and Protection of Tribal Rights Bill in the very first session of the new assembly. The party’s general secretary Jairam Ramesh also alleged that the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) in Mizoram did not do so even when given the opportunity because it operates at the behest of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Voting for all 40 assembly seats in Mizoram will be held on November 7. Counting of votes will take place on December 3. Ramesh posted on the social media platform ‘

He said, “The Indian National Congress promises that the Congress Party-led government will pass a new bill in the first session of the new Mizoram Assembly, which will guarantee the protection of lands, forests and rights of the tribal people of the state. “Forests are part of the concurrent list, so the bill will be sent to the President for assent under Article 254(2). Ramesh said the MNF government should do the same immediately after the monsoon session of Parliament. was Don’t, because she dances to the tune of BJP.

He said, “JPM (Zorram People’s Movement) will never do this because it is a party without any ideology, without any program and without any organization and will tie up with the BJP in no time.” ” It is the main party. In another post, Ramesh said, “The Prime Minister was scheduled to address an election rally in Mizoram on October 30. But now there are reports that he has canceled his tour.

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