Gadchiroli Nov. 29 (District Correspondent) ‘Constitution of India has guaranteed the rights and welfare of all the people. Special emphasis has been given to the progress of deprived and backward classes. For this, various schemes have been started by the department of social justice and media plays important role in reaching these schemes to the people’.
This was stated by Mr. Amol Yawlikar, Assistant Commissioner of Social justice department while addressing a workshop of the journalists at Samajik Nyay Bhavan here this afternoon as a part of Samajik Nyay Parva.
Mr. Rohidas Raut, senior journalist, presided over the programme. Speaking further Mr. Yawlikar said the social justice department has been doing the work of people’s welfare by taking up the programmes of the government. However more awareness is needed among the people to avail these schemes. He called upon the journalists to cooperate in carrying out this task more effectively so that maximum people are benefited.
Mr. Yawlikar also gave a detailed information of the social justice department’s schemes in his speech.
In his presidential speech, Mr. Raut said the schemes of the social justice department are needed to be expedited more so that each and every member of the backward communities could progress and live with dignity. He appreciated the initiative of the social justice department to update the journalists and hoped it would help in propagating the schemes.
Mr. Manish Ganwir, Project Officer of BARTI conducted the programme and Ms. Rupali Aprajit proposed the vote of thanks. Mr. Rahul Govindwar, Social Welfare Inspector, Ramesh Pote, Incharge Superintendent, Hemant Lanjewar and other staff members of the social justice office took pains for the success of the programme.
Photo Mr. Amol Yawlikar and Rohidas Raut seen on he dais.