Collector for proper implementation of Chief Minister Bhavantar Scheme

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Nov 2017 10:54:16


Staff Reporter,

Collector Mahesh Chandra Choudhary has warned that accountability of concerned officer would be determined in case the peasant is deprived of benefits of Chief Minister Bhavantar Scheme.
The Food Controller, Assistant Registration Co operative organisations, Deputy Director Agriculture, Manager Civil Supply Corporation and Mandi Secretary have been cautioned in this context.

Terming the inclusion of some other districts peasants in Bhavantar Scheme objectionable, he sought clarification from concerned officers. He said that it appears as if expected promptness has not been shown in registration of peasants. He objected he lack of interest shown by Manager Civil Supply Corporation in purchase of crop despite having responsibility of payment. He said that most of the officers concerned have neither tried to understand the scheme honestly, nor they tired to inspect the Mandis. Despite instructions to include Kodo Kutaki and pea in Bhavantar scheme, officers have not shown interest.

In view of increasing complaints related with electricity, Superintending Engineer was instructed to make arrangement for redressing the complaints at sub ordinate offices of rural and urban areas. Registration registers should also be maintained; this system should be maintained for 5 days in a week. He also asked about inspection of offices in this context. The Collector also instructed to make proper arrangements in four mandis of district immediately.

He also asked to get the transport expense paid to peasants for ferrying crop up to 15 Km or more than it and also to display the boards regarding facilities being provided under Bhavantar Scheme. The equipment should be provided to improve quality of crops. Amount up to Rs 2 lakhs would be paid to the traders in cash as per instructions to peasants by traders. Annoyed by arrangements made at Mandis he also asked to send proposal to take action against 4 Mandi Secretaries to Mandi board.

The District Education Officer (DEO) was instructed to ensure that CBSE and MP board schools are closed before sun set so that children would not face any kind of inconvenience in coming back to their home. The DEO was instructed to take initiative to install the CCTV cameras in government and non government schools. The instructions to select the development works under the Madhya Pradesh Vikas Yatra were also given to heads of different departments. The Civic bodies of district should also ensure taking expected action in this context. The instructions to provide list to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jila Panchayat by Friday, were also given.

The revenue officers were also instructed to ensure prompt redressal of the court cases and concentrate over realisation. The SDMs were instructed to concentrate over diversion. The concerned officers were instructed to take all the necessary steps to achieve the target of 2 lakh 71 thousand hectare, sowing of Rabi crop. No peasant should face the dearth of electricity, water, fertiliser, seeds etc. The area of irrigation and sowing should also be increased. It is essentail to make the agriculture, co operative officers, work promptly in this direction. He also reviewed Chief Minister help line service department wise and asked to ensure prompt redressal of complaints pending for more than 300 days. Chief Executive Officer Jila Panchayat Harshika Singh, Additional Collector Chote Singh, Sanjana Jain and SDM officres were also present on the occasion.