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Tendupatta collectors will get 424 crores on World Tribal Day

Raipur/ An amount of Rs 472 crore 31 lakh will be distributed under the Forest and Climate Change Department in a large-scale program organized on World Tribal Day in Chhattisgarh on August 9. In these, incentive remuneration of more than Rs 424 crore will be given to Tendupatta collectors and dividend amount of Rs 44 crore will be distributed to Forest Management Committees.

It is noteworthy that Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has made a significant increase in the tendupatta collector amount given to tendupatta collectors in the state. Along with this, many schemes like social and group security insurance etc. are also being run for the welfare of Tendupatta collectors. It is worth noting that in the year 2018, the collection remuneration of Dev Tendupatta was Rs. 2 thousand 500 per standard bag, which was increased to Rs. Along with this, incentive remuneration in the form of bonus is also being distributed to Tendupatta collectors. On the occasion of World Tribal Day, preparations are on in full swing by the department under the guidance of Principal Secretary Ban Manoj Pingua for orderly distribution of incentive remuneration and dividend amount in the program organized in the district headquarters of the state as per the instructions of Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar. Necessary instructions have been given to all Chief Conservators of Forests and Forest Divisional Officers for this by Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Srinivasa Rao.

In Chhattisgarh, incentive remuneration of Rs 424 crore 11 lakh will be distributed to Tendupatta collectors on the occasion of World Tribal Day. Under this, incentive remuneration of Rs 163 crore 62 lakh will be distributed to 9 lakh 49 thousand 944 collectors of 733 societies which were in profit in the year 2021. Similarly, for the collection year 2022, incentive remuneration of Rs 260 crore 49 lakh will be distributed to 8 lakh 61 thousand 772 collectors of 661 societies who were in profit. This information was given by Anil Kumar Rai, Managing Director of Chhattisgarh State Minor Forest Produce Association. It is notable that the Chhattisgarh government distributes the profit from the business of tendu leaves to the wage collectors.

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