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Which structure of Panchayat Raj system has been adopted in Madhya Pradesh ?
Madhya Pradesh has a three-tier panchayat system with Gram Panchayats at the village level, Janpad Panchayat at the intermediate (block) level and Zila Panchayat at the district level. Additionally, there is the Gram Sabha, which is the basic unit in the Panchayati Raj mechanism.
Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) in India are a homegrown effort to decentralise government to promote greater participation by ordinary people in their own governance. This process of democratic decentralisation was set in motion with the 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act passed by the Indian Parliament in 1992, which enabled decentralised governance through PRIs in rural areas.
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