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Critical Study of Protective Laws of Tribes in India CLICK HERE TO ABSTRACT
In fact, the aim and objective of critical study is intended to draw and focus the problem and challenges of tribes communities of India. The present scenario of tribal situation presents a vivid picture. The constitution of India and several protective laws, Act, etc. provides tribes rights to preserve their autonomy, arts, culture, land, homelands & language. In spite of comprehensive legal framework for socio-cultural development and upliftment, the tribes communities have several issues and problems. The existing protective legislation on looking to the National Development Programme does not protect the life support system of the habitat. In result the tribes have no solution except to embraces the Naxalism - a new kind of Adivasi movement. There are 8.2% of population of country is of tribes communities so, a detailed and critical study of protective laws are inevitable today to seek tribes participatory role in the administration and in the development. The area of study of the legal system is selected of Madhya Pradesh wherein the largest tribes population are dwelling in the forest areas and is of a medley of ethnic group. The evaluation of legal efficacy and their implications can be drawn on empirical method of study to find out the remedial solutions.
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