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Complete mutation before Febor face action, tehsildars told

punjab Updated: Jan 10, 2014 19:36 IST
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Kurukshetra MP Naveen Jindal on Friday asked administrative machineries to function on mission mode for speedy development to uplift poor and needy sections of the society.

He said corruption would not be tolerated. Work smartly since it was age of honesty and smart working, he said.

Nobody would be spared if entangled in corruption and harassing public intentionally.

Jindal was chairing the district vigilance and monitoring committee (DVMC) meeting on Friday which was coordinated by deputy commissioner (DC) Nikhil Gajraj and conducted by additional deputy commissioner (ADC) Yash Garg.

During the meeting, schemes sponsored by the central government were reviewed and discussed. Chief minister's declaration made at Gohana rally and its implementation was also discussed at length but mutation of lands was the moot point.

Jindal sets the deadline for tehsildars to clear pending by February or face action. Poor maintenance of roads, shortage of infrastructure and manpower in public health centres, shortage of washroom facilities for students especially girls in government schools, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) were discussed at length.

Presiding the meeting, Jindal focused on neat and clean streets, schools, roads and other public places. Jindal asked officers to punish those who deface public property.

Jindal said officers concerned were free to take action against those who paste posters on walls that appear awkward. Transportation facility to girl students and their security was also discussed in the meeting.