SAMADHAN ONLINE | Grievances resolved by Chief Minister
WITH A view to ensure prompt redressal of public grievances and positive solutions to their problems, block-level Lok Kalyan Shivirs (people?s welfare camps) would be organised in districts once a month.Updated: Apr 05, 2006 14:20 IST
WITH A view to ensure prompt redressal of public grievances and positive solutions to their problems, block-level Lok Kalyan Shivirs (people’s welfare camps) would be organised in districts once a month. Dates of such camps would be decided after consultation with the Members of Parliament, MLAs and other people’s representatives.
Similarly, Jalabhishek Campaign for water conservation and protection of water sources would be launched in all districts from April 9. This was informed by the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while holding dialogues with the Collectors through Samadhan Online programme. He talked to the Collectors of 15 districts and apprised himself of the progress of development programmes. He talked to the complainants present and resolved their problems.
According to an official release, the CM talked to the Collectors of Rewa, Satna, Seoni, Raisen, Jabalpur, Neemuch, Chhindwara, Ratlam, Gwalior, Damoh, Bhind, Sagar, Khargone, Morena and Vidisha on various issues relating to public grievances and resolved the problems of complainants present.
On the complaint of one Dinesh Garg of Neemuch, the Chief Minister suspended with immediate effect the chief municipality officer of Singoli, Mahip Shrivastava, for remaining absent from office and negligence of duties. He also ordered an inquiry into the works executed during his tenure.
Taking a serious note of a complaint of Dwarka Prasad Sharma of Morena district, the Chief Minister asked the Collector to settle the pension related matter of the complainant at the earliest and asked all district Collectors to be sensitive towards pensions cases.
The Chief Minister also apprised himself of the distribution of relief amount to the hailstorm and excessive rain-affected farmers saying that no laxity should be committed in distribution of relief.
He inquired about the purchase of mustard on support price and gave instructions to the concerning authorities to ensure required quantity of bags. Ganesh Prasad of Seoni complained of delay in compensation for his land acquired for construction of a road by Public Works Department. The Chief Minister asked the Collector to provide compensation to the complainant.
The CM also reviewed the progress of implementation of Deendayal Antyoday Mission, Indira Awas Yojana, Total Sanitation Programme, Zananai Yojana and other initiatives.
He asked the Collectors to strive for positive solutions to people’s problems. One Safia Sultan of Raisen complained of delay in settling the issue of her land, which falls in the sanctuary area. The Chief Minister asked the Collector to inquire into the matter and find out a positive solution.
A retired teacher of Rewa, Vishwakarma, informed the Chief Minister about anomalies in his GPF account due to which he has not received his dues. The Chief Minister asked the Collector to re-open the case and correct the GPF account. He said that the officials responsible for such anomalies would also be taken to the task.
On the complaint of a Sarpanch of Satna Ms Vidya, the Chief Minister said that crushers would not be allowed without due permission of the concerning Gram Panchayat and the crusher owners not using pollution control equipments will have to face action.
First Published: Apr 05, 2006 14:20 IST