Collector asks to constitute vigilance committees

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 28 Nov 2017 11:08:25


 

Staff Reporter,

The Collector Maheshchandra Choudhary has asked to constitute Vigilance committees in view of monitoring of the Public Distribution System (PDS) in urban and rural areas.
The co-ordination with the SDM of concerned area should be established according to requirement. He also asked the General Manager co-operative bank to remain alert towards redressal of the grievances.


The Collector was addressing a time limit meeting. He said that implementation of instructions given by Rajya Khadya Ayog should be ensured. In view of the irregularities in the rural areas Anganwadi centres, Collector has also given instructions to propose disciplinary action against the concerned officers.


The Collector also sought details of the election preparation from Additional Collector Sanjana Jain and all ARO. He stressed on need to get the names of all the eligible voters included in voters’ list by making extra effort. He said that it appears as if, expected seriousness is not being shown about the applications of concerned ARO. He also cautioned that Election Commission of India (ECI) itself is monitoring the process. He also instructed to issue notices to all the AROs. Additional Collector Sanjana Jain was also instructed to ensure monitoring of works of ARO regularly.


The Superintending Engineer (SE) Rural was instructed to conduct the camps for prompt redressal of the complaints related with electricity. He also stressed on need to supply enough electricity to Kundum, Majhgaon and Chargaon areas so that peasants will not have to face any problem for irrigation. The NVDA officers were also instructed to maintain co-ordination with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jila Panchayat to increase the Rakba of irrigation in rural areas.


He also sought information about the payment of difference amount to peasants under the Chief Minister Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana in the district. As the satisfactory answer was not given in this context, Collector raised objection and asked the supply officer to ensure regular monitoring.


He said that purchase work should be started at all the purchase centres this week. The SDM were instructed to avoid issuing notices to public and concentrate on the big defaulters. He also asked the officers to ensure redressal of the complaints pending for more than 300 days, within two days.
The CEO Jila Panchayat Harshika Singh and Additional Collector Chote Singh were also present on the occasion.