Tribals harassed and threatened to Evict their Land: Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sabha

Tribals harassed and threatened to Evict their Land: Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sabha

About half a dozen tribals were brought to Sayara Police Station, in Gogunda tehsil of Udaipur district on the 6th of December and were allegedly beaten by the police, forced to remain naked in the cold of night and were asked to evict their patch of land, where they have been living for decades.

 

About half a dozen tribals were brought to Sayara Police Station, in Gogunda tehsil of Udaipur district on the 6th of December and were allegedly beaten by the police, forced to remain naked in the cold of night and were asked to evict their patch of land, where they have been living for decades.

This was stated by B. L. Chhanwal, convener of Akhil Bhartiya Kishan Sabha, Tehsil Committee Gogunda, on 13th December, 2012 after submitting a memorandum to both, the S.P. and the Tribal Area Development Commissioner of Udaipur. He told that police personnel from Sayara Police Station, went to the village Amrod on the night of 6th December and arrested Chamna Ram and his father Khuma Ram.

Similarly, Gala Ram and his son Bhera Ram, Roda Ram and Ward Panch, s/o Chena Ram were arrested from the village Gurjaron Ka Guda and brought to Sayara Police Station. In the morning of 7th Dec. when women and children from the two villages reached the police station, the police took them to SDM court Gogunda and later they were all released on bail.

Comrade Chhanwal told that the proceedings of regularizing the land holdings is in process and those who were living on Government land were given time up to 31 Dec. ‘12 to submit their applications. It was ordered that no eviction will be done till this date or the holding of next Prashasan Gaon ke Sang campaign.

In a memorandum submitted to the Superintendent of Police, Udaipur the Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sabha demanded removal of the Incharge of Sayara Police Station, for his alleged atrocities on the tribals.

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