Collector Bhardwaj reviews Time Limit cases

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Jan 2019 13:26:26


 

Staff Reporter,

Collector Chhavi Bhardwaj conducted a meeting to review the Time Limit (TL) cases on Monday. She also declared to felicitate those officers who have performed well in redressal of the complaints received through the Chief Minister Help Line service, in last one year, on Republic Day.

The Collector also advised to review the complaints received through the Chief Minister Help Line Cases, twice, every day by taking personal interest. Ninety percent complaints of the CM Helpline cases are to be redressed at level one. She also instructed to issue the Show Cause Notices to such officers as have redressed less than 10% cases of CM Help line in last 3 months and withhold their two increments with immediate effect. She also warned the officers who redressed less than 3% help line cases, to improve their performance. She also instructed to give proposal to take action against the labourer department officers in case of maximum number of CM Help Line cases remaining pending. The Collector also sought information about the availability of fertilizer in district. She also instructed the Deputy Director Agriculture to ensure availability of urea according to the demand of peasants of Patan area. The Deputy Director Agriculture said that one rack of urea is scheduled to arrive city by Monday evening. Another rack of urea would also arrive city soon.

While reviewing the rice procurement, Collector instructed the officers of all the departments associated with rice procurement to regularly visit the purchase centers and redress the grievances of peasants and ensure availability of enough number of sacks at purchase centers. Chhavi Bhardwaj also instructed to hand over the probe report on irregularities in gram purchase by Madhya Bharat Consortium, in Shahpura area. She also instructed to register First Information Report (FIR) against the erring officers incase of irregularities in the payment of insurance amount to the farmers of Majhgaon area and take action to suspend them from the post of committee manager. The Collector also instructed to start OPD in new building from January 1, 2019 in Victoria Hospital.

She also instructed to speed up the works which are incomplete due to election code of conduct immediately and speedily execute the beneficiary oriented schemes. If there is any obstacle in land allocation in construction and development works, it should be redressed with the help of mutual co ordination, soon. The delay only due to this would not be tolerated. She also termed the delay in fee compensation claim in lieu of giving admission to the children from needy families in private educational institutes, despite repeated requests, surprising. The reminder should be sent to such institutes again.

Even after that if the free refund claim is not made by private educational institutes, it would be considered the denial to the admission to students in these institutes and violation of Right to Education. She also instructed to take action to cancel the recognition to such institutes to District Project Co ordinator. The Collector also instructed to immediately redress the relief fund allocation to natural calamity affected people as per provisions of revenue booklet.

Instructions to provide report of the Prime Minister Ujjwala Scheme in urban and rural areas to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jila Panchayat was also given to the District Supply Controller. The Additional Collector Dr F Rahul, CEO Rajni Singh and Additional Collector VP Dwivedi were also present on the occasion.