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...in Orissa, the Dongria Kondh tribes of Niyamgiri hills were being evicted without being provided with adequate compensation or reasonable job opportunities. They were being deprived of their homes and all the other things that they depend upon for their basic sustenance. Hence, no relocation should take place until adequate basic facilities and land allocations in the new place have been completed. In some cases, the relocation package includes provisions like drinking water and irrigation facilities- Ex, in the case of relocation from Melghat protected area in Maharashtra . Some families can also have no access to landownership or land titles in the relocation process ex, in the case of relocation from Rajaji National Park in Uttarakhand . This poses as an obstacle to the dwellers as they are being deprived of their titles which they are rightfully entitled to.
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