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POA Act, 1989 Rules

  1. The Secretary in-charge to the welfare and development of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes - convener.

(2) The high power vigilance and monitoring committee shall meet at least twice in a calendar year, in the month of January and July to review the implementation of the provisions of the Act, relief and rehabilitation facilities provided to the victims and other matters connected therewith, prosecution of cases under the Act, role of different officers/agencies responsible for implementing the provisions of the Act and various reports received by the State Government.

17. CONSTITUTION OF DISTRICT LEVEL VIGILANCE AND MONITORING COMMITTEE:

  1. In each district within the State, the District Magistrate shall set up a vigilance and monitoring committee in his district to review the implementation of the provisions of the Act, relief and rehabilitation facilities provided to the victims and other matters connected therewith, prosecution of cases under the Act, role of different officers/agencies responsible for implementing the provisions of the Act and various reports received by the District Administration.
  2. The district level vigilance and monitoring committee shall consist of the elected Members of Parliament and State Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council, Superintendent of Police, three group 'A' officers/Gazetted officers of the State Government belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, not more than 5 non official members belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes and not more than 3 members from the categories other than the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes having association with Non-Government Organisations. The District Magistrate and Distt. Social Welfare Officer shall be chairman and Member Secretary respectively.
  3. The district level committee shall meet at least once in three months.

18. MATERIAL FOR ANNUAL REPORT:

The State Government shall every year before the 31st March. forwarded the report to the Central Government about the measures taken for implementing provisions of the Act and various schemes/plans framed by it during the previous calendar year.

[File No.11012/1/89-PCR(Desk)]
GANGA DAS, Jt. Secy.

ANNEXURE - I

SCHEDULE

(See Rule 12.(4))
NORMS FOR RELIEF AMOUNT
S. No Name of offence Minimum amount of relief
1. Drink or eat inedible or obnoxious substance [Section 3 (1) (i)] Rs. 25.000 or more depending upon the nature and gravity of the offence to each victim and also commensurate with the indignity, insult, injury and defamation suffered by the victim. Payment to be made as follows:
I. 25% when the charge sheet is sent to the Court.
II. 75% when accused are convicted by the lower court.

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