Collector instructs officers to redress public grievances during Gramoday Campaign

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 May 2017 10:49:24

Staff Reporter

Collector Mahesh Chandra Choudhary has instructed the officers to redress the grievances of public during Gramoday Campaign.
He was addressing the officers in a meeting conducted at collectorate hall Panagar.
He said that officers should visit the villages and conduct the Gram Sabha at Gram Panchayats during Gramoday campaign. The officers should receive the applications while visiting the villages.

The grievances must be redressed after getting the group and solo applications and benefits of government schemes must be provided to villagers according to their eligibility. In the mass applications, road construction, Anganbadi buildings, crematorium, posture land etc places must be determined to redress the problems.

All the officers of Janpad Panchayats and Gram Panchayats, Secretary, Employment Assistants and others department's officers should work together and redress the grievances of villagers. He said that mass marriages must be conducted by creating clusters under the Chief Minister Kanyadan scheme. At least 50 marriages must be conducted in single area. The strike of secretaries of Panchayats has been deferred and all the secretaries must report to duty at respective places. If the action is not taken timely action would be taken to discharge them.

The collector asked the officers to work for increasing the income of peasants two fold. The peasants must be given good advices and work should be done in planned manner to increase their income.

The collector said that saplings would be planted in district and entire state on July 2, 2017 at large scale. All the officers should get prepared for that. The land must be identified immediately and potholes must be dug for plantation. The arrangement to provide potable water to villagers should be done. The villages must be made addiction free by strictly curbing the sale of illicit liquor. The toilets should be constructed in villages and peace should be maintained in villages. He also sought the information about progress of government schemes from officers.

The Superintendent of Police Dr MS Sikarwar called upon to implement ban on sale of illicit liquor. The wine shops must be run from the determined distance from the main road and rivers only. The villages must be made addiction free. The revenue and police officers posted in rural areas should work together to improve atmosphere of villages. A village of Bhedaghat has been made addiction free. It would stop the quarrels and peace would be maintained. Villagers should be made aware. Apna Thana Apna Gaon programme has also been started.