Preparations in full swing for ‘Lok Suraaj’ campaign

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Jan 2018 10:39:05


Staff Reporter,


The campaign will be conducted in three phase. The first phase is starting from Jan 12

Chief Minister writes to District Collectors

Preparations for ‘Lok Suraaj’ campaign are in full swing in the entire State. In this direction Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh wrote to all the District Collectors and gave them necessary instructions. It may be mentioned here that this is the fourth year of ‘Lok Suraaj’ mission.
In his letter to the District Collectors, it is mentioned that this time also the campaign will be in three-phase. It gives an opportunity to the State Government to go to the door-steps of the beneficiaries in the hinterland and observe that whether policies are being implemented or not. There were some changes incorporated in the Lok Suraaj campaign last year and the results were very encouraging.

Chief Minister in his letter mentions that first phase will be launched from January 12-14 in which applications will be invited from the common masses. The second phase will be from 15 January- March 11 in which the grievances will be redressed. The third phase will be from 12 March-31 March in which ‘Samadhan Shivir’ will be held for every ten panchayats.

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh, all his Cabinet colleagues, district in-charge secretaries and state Government officials will participate in the camps. In the third phase Dr Raman Singh will pay surprise visits to State Government hospitals, schools, hostels, anganwadi centers, ration shops and bus stands. He will take feedback from the villagers and common masses. The State Cabinet Ministers also will tour villages and observe the implementation of various development projects.

Dr Raman Singh instructed the District Collectors to see that local MPs, MLAs and other people’s representatives are associated with the Lok Suraj mission. Boxes should be kept at development headquarters, gram panchayats and urban bodies to receive complaints from the general public. In the second phase of Lok Suraj Mission the letters of complaints will be sent to respective districts, janpad panchayats and urban bodies’ officials via Online.

The concerned departments will settle the issue in two-month period from 15 January to 11 March 2018. Officers-employees will posted to receive people’s complaints at the districts, developmental, gram panchayats and urban bodies’ level.

In the last phase ‘Samadhan Shibir’ will be conducted from 12 March to 31 March in which details of the redressal of grievances will be given. A lot of publicity will be given to convey the messages of holding of camps at various levels.
The development works will be undertaken as per the budget allocations. Dr. Raman Singh mentioned that awareness also will be created regarding the various social welfare projects of the State Government.

Dr Raman Singh in his letter to District Collectors stated that he will pay surprise tours to any of the villages and observe the developmental activities and elicit responses from the rural folks. He will elicit feedback from the beneficiaries of various schemes. Dr Raman Singh said that he will meet people’s representatives, prominent citizens and students wherever he is scheduled to rest for the nights.