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MAGP: Use of RTI in NREGA Print E-mail

Sabarkantha district is one among six from Gujarat that are covered under NREGA. In  Balisana village of its Prantij block, workers got the payment as low as Rs.3 to Rs.7 per day for their work. Sabar Ekata Manch  and Janpath  did fact-finding survey in Prantij block and where in, similar situations were found in all the works that were done in February and March after enactment of NREG. 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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MAGP: Health services improved for Gujarat Salt Pan workers Print E-mail

Shailesh Patel, from Agariya Heet Rakshak Manch, filed an application of seeking information:
1. Details of the each of the patient attended by Comprehensive Mobile health Van Unit, in the last six months from Surendranagar district of Gujarat. (This mobile health van are allotted for health check-up for salt pan workers)   

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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MAGP: Noorjahan exposes corrupt contractor with help of RTI Print E-mail

Noorjahan (social activist), was asked to pay Rs.1000 towards contribution of putting drainage pipeline in her area in eastern part of ahmedabad. When she asked why should I pay for it? The local leader (contractor) told that municipal corporation has sanctioned only 6 drainage pipelines where all together 18 are needed. Every household need to pay Rs. 1000/-.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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MAGP: RTI empowers Ashokbhai in his quest for permanency Print E-mail

Ashokbhai worked in a nursery run by the forest department for years. When he was denied permanency from the department he filed a case in the court. Department argued in the court that, Ashokbhai has not completed 850 days of continuous work thus cannot be given permanency. As per the government there was shortage of “HALF DAY” to complete 850 days of work. Ashokbhai lost his job and his family got disrupted. His wife decided not to stay anymore with him.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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MAGP: With RTI power, Anil turns Annapurna Print E-mail

Shri Anil Ghoda, a volunteer of Sneha Samudaay in Kutch, once visited a family in Rapar block where in male member of the family has turned blind after earthquake, living with his three children and aged mother. His wife had died in earthquake of 2001. His elder son of just 10 yrs age would go for a work to get of Rs.10. The old mother use to beg in the village to feed her grandchildren. Anil was volunteering for an organization called Sneha Samudaay, which was committed for rights of marginalized. He knew that poorest family should get benefit of Antyoday scheme of the government.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2007 )
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