National Scheduled Commission should also suggest schemes to the Centre

Chairman and Members of NSC meet CM Shri Kamal Nath
Bhopal, September 5, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath has said that the National Commission on Scheduled Castes should also suggest well-considered schemes for scheduled castes to the Government of India along with its state-wise review reports saying that these will help give expected results. He was holding discussions with the Commission chairman and other members at Mantralaya here today.
Shri Kamal Nath said that Madhya Pradesh government is committed to the welfare of scheduled castes. The government is paying attention to their education, health and employment. The Scheduled Castes and Tribes Prevention of Atrocities Act has been strictly implemented in the state, he added. The Chief Minister informed the Commission that the state government is going to bring a legislation soon to ensure that the budget meant for scheduled castes is spent in proportion to their population with optimum utilization.
Shri Kamal Nath said that the Commission should review the status of the implementation of schemes in various states and prescribe new schemes to the central government on the basis of its field experiences and inputs. He said that such schemes will be more effective. Shri Nath said that apart from reviewing the action plans, the flaws in the implementation should also be highlighted so that remedial steps are taken timely.
Chairman of the Commission Dr. Ramshankar Katheria gave suggestions regarding effective implementation of Scheduled Caste schemes. He stressed on paying attention to startup schemes.
Deputy Chairman of the Commission, Dr. L.P. Murugan, Member Shri K.R. Ramlu, Dr. Yogendra Paswan, Sushri Swaraj Vidvan and Member Secretary of the Commission Shri Pritam Singh had dialogues with the Chief Minister on various issues. Minister for Scheduled Castes Shri Lakhan Ghanghoria, Chief Secretary Shri S.R. Mohanty and Principal Secretary Scheduled Caste Shri Vinod Kumar were present