The KMCS has waged a long battle for land rights of Adivasis in Alirajpur since 1982 and was part of the nationwide movement that brought about the enactment of this historic legislation. So the organisation has actively campaigned for the implementation of the FRA in Alirajpur. Nevertheless, the administration has stalled as much as possible. Many people have not been given title deeds and those who have been given these deeds have got them without the necessary demarcation of the land through a map. Community title deeds have not been given at all. So the KMCS is now running a campaign of using Geographical Positioning System instruments to map the land of the people and also the forests of the communities and then synchronising them with the satellite imagery of 2005 to establish the verity of their claims and so push the State through legal action to grant proper title deeds to them.
As part of this an awareness rally was taken out through the villages for one whole week in which apart from the lack of implementation of the FRA, the sorry implementation of other welfare laws and programmes like the Right to Education Act, Right to Food Act, Integrated Child Development Scheme and the National Rural Health Mission were also documented. Demands for rectification of these lacunae based on this documentation were submitted to the district administration on International Human Rights Day thus fleshing out in concrete the slogan of all human rights for all. Thousands of members of the KMCS marched through the streets of Alirajpur registering their organised strength in search of their rights.