A day before the Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Bengal, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held a meeting with representatives of Adivasi, Backward class and Schedule caste. And announced several welfare schemes for them.
These include various declarations such as grant of land lease to tribal and Bangladeshi refugees, formation of Development Welfare Board for Matua community, formation of cultural board for tribal community, simplification of provision of birth certificate to SC / STs That
Matua, Manjhi, Bauri etc. have special influence in Bengal politics. CM Mamata Banerjee said after meeting with representatives of tribal community, Matua, Bauri, Manjhi and Baudi communities in Naban on Wednesday that the West Bengal government has announced a lease of three and a half lakh land to the tribals.
Two and a half lakh pattas have been given to the landless. Today, 25 thousand people have been patted. He said that the state government has decided to create a development board for the Matua community. A fund of Rs 10 crore was announced for this board. With this, a cultural board will be formed for each tribal community.