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Chouhan suspends erring officials

CHIEF MINISTER Shivraj Singh Chouhan has directed all Collectors to ensure appointment of contract schoolteachers before July 1 and to conduct an admission drive with public cooperation to bring out-of-school children to schools. He also asked them to ensure proper implementation of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS).

india Updated: Jun 07, 2006 02:14 IST

CHIEF MINISTER Shivraj Singh Chouhan has directed all Collectors to ensure appointment of contract schoolteachers before July 1 and to conduct an admission drive with public cooperation to bring out-of-school children to schools. He also asked them to ensure proper implementation of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS).

Chief Minister was addressing all district collectors through teleconferencing under Samadhan Online at Mantralaya today. He expressed concern over inordinate delay in construction of school buildings in some districts. He said 6 to 12 per cent less work in Khandwa, Burhanpur and Shajapur districts showed that work was not being done with seriousness.

He also said employment to only up to 30 per cent people under the NREGS scheme in Satna, Chhatarpur and Sheopur districts showed lack of efforts.

He directed the districts with poor achievements under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) and the NREGS to immediately send a report.

After hearing problems of 18 people the Chief Minister issued directives for suspension of four Government servants in separate cases. The Chief Minister warned that officers and employees found guilty of ignoring the difficulties of common people will be punished.

He instructed District Collectors to pay special attention to providing clean, transparent and corruption-free administration.

The Chief Minister directed Dindori Collector to take immediate action in a case in which one Rishi Prasad Dube was not getting the rent of land from the Forest Department. He directed an inquiry into a case in which Gaya Prasad Singh of Panna district was not getting the benefit of a lift irrigation scheme.

On the complaint of Jagdish Singh of Panna district the CM directed to suspend concerning patwari for delay in taking decisions in revenue cases.  He also instructed Collectors to suspend Tehsildar or Naib Tehsildars found guilty after proper investigation for not distributing relief amount cheques to farmers who were affected by hailstorm in 2005.

The Chief Minister took a serious view of illegal felling of green trees by sawmills in Shyampur area of Sehore district and directed to suspend two forest personnel. In this case he directed the Collector to take strict action against other guilty officers and employees also.

The CM ordered an inquiry by Inspector General of Police, Indore range on the application for investigation in the case of murder of Chanchal Kumar’s father in Dhar district.

He also directed Collector Indore for adequate drinking water arrangement in the colony developed by a cooperative society.  Chief Secretary Rakesh Sahani and secretaries to the CM Iqbal Singh Bains, DP Tiwari and Anurag Jain were also present on the occasion.

1 6 to 12 per cent less work in Khandwa, Burhanpur and Shajapur

2 Satna, Chhatarpur and Sheopur districts showed lack of efforts in NREGS