Last month, Gandhi tried to reach Umbha village but was detained at the borders of Mirzapur district.
The Congress leader will also talk to the affected families about the development works in the Umbha village and try to get an account of the steps taken by the government for their security.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath had announced that his government would be setting up the schools during his visit to the district after the massacre.
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Even those who were involved in such land deals in Sonbhadra, Robertsganj and Mirzapur since 1955 would be brought to books if alive, the CM added.
The report said that it was not just looted of the precious jungle land but also a gross violation of the rights of marginalised Dalits and tribals.
Gun-wielding goons drove in the killing fields of Umbha and unleashed unprecedented slaughter.
All India Congress Committee secretary Bajirao Khade distributed cheques of Rs 10 lakh each to the next of kin of the deceased.
Apna Dal (Sonelal) MLA from Duddhi constituency, Hariram Chero claimed efforts were being made to grab the 600 bighas of the disputed land by setting up a fake society.
Chief of the Dalit outfit, Chandrashekhar Azad, who managed to reach the Umbha village where the incident happened last week, met the families of those killed over control of land.
On December 17, 1955, at least 463 bighas was transferred in the name of the society. These papers are missing.
The Umbha firing is not an isolated case. Those familiar with Sonbhadra believe that if enough immediate steps are not taken in time, it will be difficult to stop such violence in the future too.
Uttar Pradesh CM also blames Congress for the poor condition of tribals, advises the opposition to stop shedding crocodile’s tears
The Congress general secretary met relatives of the victims at a guesthouse in Chunar town of Uttar Pradesh's Mirzapur district Saturday, a day after she was detained.
Sonbhadra massacre: Samajwadi Party denies Yogi Adityanath's charge that accused is its party member
Party leader Rajendra Chaudhary denied the charge that the main accused in the clash over a land dispute that claimed the lives of 10 Gond tribals on Wednesday had any connection with his party.
The UP chief minister's media advisor said the formation of the Adarsh Co-operative Society Umbha, Saphi was the main reason for the dispute.