By the order dated October 11, [Tarun Bharat Singh v. Union of India, S2 SCC ], we issued certain directions in the matter of the constitution of a Committee to oversee the implementations of the directions contained in the order for the environmental protection and other related matters pertaining to "Sariska Tiger Park" in Alwar District in the State of Rajasthan. An application has now been filed by the petitioner alleging certain violations of the order by the mine owners and praying for issue of certain consequential and incidental further directions. The respondents seek to traverse these allegations on affidavit.
Tarun Bharat Sangh is an NGO based in Rajasthan and spearheaded by Rajendra Singh which has changed the lives of thousands of people for the better in the villages of Rajasthan and adjoining states.
The TBS was set up in the mids and is working in the areas of water harvesting, environmental conservation, rural education and health and anti-mining campaigns. About villages spread over 6, sq kms have benefited from the water harvesting techniques introduced by the Tarun Bharat Sangh; now they are less vulnerable to the severities of drought.
The TBS tried to revive the traditional method of rainwater harvesting through constructing a Tarun bharat sangh of small dams and tanks johads. Till today, they have constructed about 4, ponds and credit for all this goes to the villagers.
The remarkable transformation wrought by the efforts of TBS is most apparent in Alwar district, particularly in the villages of Bhaonta-Kolyala. Bhaonta-Kolyala are situated in the upper catchment of the river Arvari which falls in Alwar district. There are 70 villages in the catchment of the Arvari River and about water harvesting structures have been built along its catchment over a period of ten years.
These water harvesting structures have enabled the Arvari River to flow perenially again.
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In the early s Bhaonta and Kolyala were facing severe scarcity of water, fuelwood and fodder. During this march, the TBS highlighted the necessity of understanding linkages between forests, soil and drought. After a series of discussions, the villagers decided to work collectively to protect forests and construct johads to get rid of the problem of water scarcity.
To carry out their activity of forest conservation and construction of johads, the villagers formed a gram sabha village council.
The gram sabha is an informal body with an open membership; collective decisions are taken by a 22 member decision-making body. The gram sabha framed rules for forest protection in and the villagers started working on the construction of johads in Rules framed by the gram sabha include: Thus, though the forest belongs to the Forest Department, de facto control is exercised by the gram sabha.
Generally the gram sabha meets once every month and collective decisions are taken. A total of 17 johads have been constructed in the villages of Bhaonta-Kolyala.
The gram kosh served as a treasury as well as a granary. Perhaps they are the first villagers to have created their own wildlife sanctuary. According to the members of the TBS, this form of forest protection practised by the villagers of Bhaonta-Kolyala represents an alternative to the government policy towards forest conservation.
Rajendra Singh of TBS says: Now triple cropping can be practised in some areas and destructive mining has been stopped in many places. With the dawn of prosperity, people have stopped migrating out in search of employment.
Rajendra Singh juxtaposes the work of the government with that of TBS on the front of drought management: But the Rajasthan government is still unable to claim that it has relieved even one village of drought. But we can confidently say that we have freed 90 villages from drought.
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Tarun Bharat Sangh. 14, likes · 49 talking about this. Tarun Bharat Sangh (TBS) is an NGO working in the semi-arid region of the Rajasthan state of /5(14). Tarun Bharat Sangh seeks to bring dignity and prosperity to the life of destitute section of the nation through sustainable development measures.
TBS aims for the holistic development of men, women, and children, regardless of economic situation, caste or religion.
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It is directed by Rajendra Singh. The organization and Singh are best known for doing ecological research and land development to provide clean and fresh water to people. History. Rajendra Singh, founder of. Brief Profile: Attended training at Tarun Bharat Sangh by Dr Rajendra Singh and Team.