Food Security Bill soon: Moily

Food Security Bill soon: Moily

Union Law Minister inaugurates Navodaya Sadhana Samavesha in Karkala

Food Security Bill soon: Moily

 Union Minister for Law and Justice M Veerappa Moily speaking  after inaugurating the ‘Navodaya Sadhana Samavesha’ in Karkala on Sunday. DH photoSpeaking after inaugurating the ‘Navodaya Sadhana Samavesha’ as part of the decennial celebrations of Navodaya Self Help Groups organised by South Canara District Central Cooperative (SCDCC) Bank and Navodaya Gram Vikas Charitable Trust here on Sunday, he said that rice up to 25 kgs will be given at a price of Rs 3 per kg to all BPL card holders.

“The law of Right to Education will be introduced shortly and State government should implement the programme. Rs 80,000 crore has been earmarked for the purpose under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan programme. The NGOs should voluntarily involve themselves in the process and drop outs should be brought back to the portals of the school. Rs 60,000 crore is allocated for National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. Farmers can avail the benefits of the provision to initiate development measures in their respective fields,” he added.

Quick growth should be coupled with inclusive growth. Banking system should find their base firmly rooted in the rural areas.

 In contrast to about 550 million cell phones used across the country, there are only 400 million bank accounts in the entire country. Micro Finance Bill will be introduced enabling 5 acres of land holders and artisans to avail loans at fewer interest rates thorough NABARD.

 The milk programme has facilitated as many as 4.50 crore turn over in the country. Rural areas are abundant in resources.

SHGs and rural development organisations should be part of all the welfare programmes, he said.

Rural courts

Measures will be taken to take care of early disposal of the cases in courts.
All cases whether it is civil or criminal, should be disposed off within three years of its registration. Plans are on to introduce rural courts as per the law introduced on October 2, 2009. Debate is on whether to introduce mobile courts, or courts comprising one or two Gram Panchayats. However, the cases should be solved within six months of filing the petition, he added.

Sri Kshetra Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari D Veerendra Heggade, Former Minister H D Revanna, Udupi-Chikmagalur MP D V Sadananda Gowda, Dakshina Kannanda MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, Senior BJP leader A G Kodgi, Karkala MLA Gopal Bhandary, Moodabidre MLA Abhaychandra Jain and others were present.

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