eport Jalna (Maha), Jul 29 (PTI) Union and Maharashtra governments are delaying implementation of recommendations made by the National Commission for Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes (NCDNSNT) in its report, its chairman Balkrishna Renke said today. The Commission was set up under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment to study various developmental aspects of denotified and nomadic or semi-nomadic tribes in the country in 2006 had submitted its report to the Centre on July 2, 2008. "Since the time of submission of the report, the Central government is dilly-dallying its implementation," Renke told reporters on the sidelines of a function. Blaming Maharashtra Government for "neglecting" the nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes, Renke said these tribes were poorest among poor and are even not provided with basic amenities. "The tribals were neither provided a ration card nor included in the Below Poverty Line list. The Commission had recommended that families belonging to these tribes be provided with houses and employment," he said. Most of the nomadic tribes engaged in traditional works like snake-charming, puppetry, hunting, fortune telling etc be provided with financial assistance, Renke said. He said the state government did not spend Rs 10 crore allotted to it by the Center in 2010-11 towards welfare of tribes. The commission has identified 1650 castes and sub-castes and is carrying out a survey across the country to collect information about their socio-economic condition and problems faced by them. The commission has, so far, visited 18 states, he added.