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In Shabar Shrikshetra, the delegation handed over a petition to the district magistrate alleging that the tribals had been deprived of their rights.

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In Shabar Shrikshetra, the delegation handed over a petition to the district magistrate alleging that the tribals had been deprived of their rights.

Koraput-05/05 – (Dhaneshwar Raut) – Jagannath Mahaprabhu, a devotee of Thakur Sabhar Shrikshetra in undivided Koraput district, is. It would not be an exaggeration to say that a kind of tribal soul center. The temple was built with the support and financial support of the late Krishna Chandra Panigrahi, the then editor and Koraput NAC chairman of all the parts of undivided Koraput district in the undivided Koraput district when the main door of the Sabhar Shrikshetra fell in 1901.

At the time, it was promised that tribal representatives from all regions would be included in the temple’s management committee, service committee, and worship system. Representatives of all the districts were also included for many years, and the district commissioners of the six districts were also included in the steering committee. On the occasion of International Language Day, a local language conference was held for the tribals of the region, but it was closed after the late Shri Panigrahi and all the tribals were disenfranchised. “It simply came to our notice then.

It is noteworthy that even the members of the Endowment Committee of the KGB government have not been recruited illegally, so a high-level investigation is needed. At present, the temple is in a state of disrepair, with no one involved in the matter. The temple is under the control of some unscrupulous people. Indigenous representatives of undivided Koraput district Raigad, Koraput, Nabarangpur and Malkangiri districts, Nua Majhi, Binayak Kulesika, Kamal Machha, Sadan Muduli, Balaji Kadraka, Murthy Praska, Dilip Miniyaka have filed a petition with the Chief Minister. .

“It simply came to our notice then. He warned that if the rights were not restored, there would be widespread protests and mass protests in the coming days.

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