Tribals prefer traditional way of governance over Panchayati Raj

Posted on Feb. 21, 2014 in Politics
The unanimous consensus among the tribals was that the Panchayati Raj System was inferior to their
traditional tribal law. Besides, it involved the intrusion of outsiders like the police and the political parties.

“The Panchayati Raj System is not our favour.”

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First Published by Express News Service, Sep 06, 2009



Story Tags: particularly vulnerable tribal group, Garasiya, Bhil, Korku, Koraga, Jenu Khurba, Kothodi, Sahariya, governance, Panchayati Raj

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