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1. How do District Rural Development Agencies (ORDAs) help in the reduction of rural poverty in India? 1. DRDAs act as Panchayati Raj Institutions in certain specified backward regions of the country. 2. DRDAs undertake area-specific scientific study of the causes of poverty and malnutrition and preparedetailed remedial measures. 3. DRDAS secure inter-sectoral and inter-departmental coordination and cooperation for effectiveimplementation of anti-poverty programmes. 4. DRDAs watch over and ensure effective utilization of the funds intended for anti-poverty programmes. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?





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