Government does not move without pushing


  • Government does not move without pushing
    Government does not move without pushing
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"Whether the government is from any party, there is a certain way of working and speed up its work. The government's car is always closed. Without pushing it, it does not start, it has to be lethally used. Union Minister of State for Transport, Nitin Gadkari said that the question of traditional artisans is to be resolved if the government wants to solve the situation. He was speaking on Sunday at the concluding ceremony of the National Artisan Panchayat held at Dr. Vasantrao Deshpande Hall.


Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir, organizing committee's former minister Shobhatai Fadnavis, national president of national artisan panchayat Dr Mahesh Sharma and Deendayal Research Institute, Nagpur, Prabhakar Mundale were present on the occasion.

It is not a good sign that mechanization has reduced jobs. There is a need to encourage small businesses and traditional artisans. It will have to pay attention to the livelihood of people on the basis of water, forest, land and livestock. Nanaji Deshmukh had developed his draft. People are running to the cities in search of employment and they are facing many problems in the city. Mahatma Gandhi had advised to enrich the villages. However, Gadkari said that we have ignored him.

He also expressed the need to develop good literature from the traditional knowledge of artisans and marketing at their professional level.
The new generation of craftsmen is not willing to do business as a nascent farmer. Therefore, the possibility of having a traditional incision in the coming days can not be ruled out. The Government or the Research Institute, all are focused on the corporate sector. No one's attention has been raised in the life of artisans. The unnecessary low quality goods reaches the market in the villages and villages. So, the condition of the market has worsened, "Sharma said. Sunil Deshpande gave information about the functioning of the conference and introduced the guests. Selected from among the junkies from across the country were felicitated at five times. A book based on the findings of traditional wrestlers was also published during the Hun Yan Yatra. Shraddha Shroti conducted the program
Ramkumar thanked if done.

At this time experts from different institutes like Handicrafts, IITs, representatives from experts, government and voluntary organizations, tribals were present.

Bamboo will be licensed

Recognizing the Importance of Bamboo for the Artisans in the Forest Area, the Government of Maharashtra liberated the license of Bamboo. On the same lines, there is an idea to ban bamboo licenses across the country. The Union government will soon announce a national policy for bamboo, Union Minister of State for Transport Nitin Gadkari said. 10 thousand tribals can get employment from Ramdev Baba's industry. Gadkari informed that ITC has been called to create excavation cards and for this.

A new generation of craftsmen, like farming, is not willing to do this business. Therefore, the possibility of having a traditional incision in the coming days can not be ruled out. The Government or the Research Institute, all are focused on the corporate sector. No one's attention has been raised in the life of artisans. The unnecessary low quality goods reaches the market in the villages and villages. So, the condition of the market has worsened, "Sharma said. Sunil Deshpande gave information about the functioning of the conference and introduced the guests. Selected from among the junkies from across the country were felicitated at five times. A book based on the findings of traditional wrestlers was also published during the Hun Yan Yatra. If Shraddha Shroti conducted the program, Ramkumar thanked him.

At this time experts from different institutes like Handicrafts, IITs, representatives from experts, government and voluntary organizations, tribals were present.



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