Punjab State Commission for Scheduled Castes chairman Rajesh Bagha has directed the deputy commissioner to into the non-disbursement of funds to 13 families of Chak Ramoo village for construction of toilets, even as funds have been available with the district treasury department for over 18 months.
The chairman has also asked DC Tanu M Kashyap to give a detailed report over violation of Right to Education Act by the local Government School, which has been charging Rs 50 for admission form from students of of Classes 6-8. He said that no government school was auhorised to charge any type of fee from students of Classes 6-8 and action would be taken against school authorities, charging money from students.
He was surpsied when told about the plight of a SC family of five-year-old rape victim. He claimed that he would write to the ADGP (crime) for a report into this incident.
Bagha was in Nawanshahr on a surprise visit to check complaints of people regarding delay in preparing their SC certificates. He also asked the DC to remove discrepancies as soon as possible so that people do not have to suffer unnecessarily in government offices.
He also interacted with the geneal public in the local Suvidha Centre.