Chouhan instructs to tighten administration in Samadhan online
Chouhan instructs to tighten administration in Samadhan online
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal,
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that focus should be made on improvement in system and removing shortcomings and necessary changes according to the time, along with tracing corruption for tightening of administration. He asked headquarters and district level officers that they should made effort at their level.
It is responsibility of officers to keep themselves right, with setting the system right. He pointed out the need to award those who are performing better every month as per the system of chief minister helpline.
Instructions were issued to prepare proposal by constituting three-member team for redressal of pension cases, raising a need for using modern technology in fast redressal of pension cases. Chouhan was addressing officers in Samadhan online today at Mantralaya.
Problems of 12 applicants were redressed on the spot. Chief Secretary BP Singh and principal secretaries of different departments were present on the occasion. Chief Minister Chouhan said that Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana has spread happiness in farmers. What is needed is that amount should be deposited in farmers’ bank account.
Process of registration for the coming crops and verification should be done on time. He said that atmosphere of social harmony should be maintained. It is responsibility of the administration. Effective action should be taken up in this direction.
Where there are shortcomings, effective task should be done to remove them and provide protection to weaker section. Action should be taken up in planned manner to tackle divisive elements assessing them cautiously. Expressing great concern over school bus accident of Indore, the chief minister Chouhan said that safety of children is on the top priority.
Effective efforts should be made in regulating school transportation system. Collector, police and transport department will work with school administration at headquarters level. Efforts are being made to monitor speed of school vehicles through centralised system.
He asked to hold convention of special backward tribes like Bhariya and Baiga, hold Prerna Samvad in all government and private schools of Madhya Pradesh for students of class XI and XII to motivate them for getting benefit under Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Protsahan Yojana and invite prominent persons, intellectuals and motivators.
Describing Ekatma Yatra as an initiative for social harmony, he said that taken out from four places of the state and birth place of Aadi Shankaracharya at Kerala, the Yatras will culminate at Omkareshwar on January 22.
Ensuring participation of prominent persons of all sections and ideologies, efforts should be made to strengthen atmosphere of social harmony. To make Anand Utsav programmes, innovative efforts should be made at local level.
He asked to make effective ‘Samadhan Ek Diwas’ and ensure supply of food grains to new eligible slip holders. Tasks for fulfilling objectives of Narmada Samagra Yatra should be completed in districts of Narmada region between January 24 and 31. CM Chouhan expressed deep concern over the indifferent attitude of the banks and the insurance companies towards the amount distribution works to the beneficiaries.
He mentioned that delay in amount transfer in the bank accounts of the beneficiaries and payment against their claims is most regrettable. He further said that he will inform about the concerned banks and the insurance companies after meeting the Union Minister for Finance.
Chouhan on delay in scholarship, provided financial assistance of Rs. 10 thousand each to Anas and Monisha, the children of the laborer from the Chief Minister Discretionary Fund.
Problems of 12 Applicants Resolved
CM Helpline is proving to be effective initiative of administrative tightness. Such an interesting case came to the fore during the Samadhan Online, when an officer who did not take serious note of the complaint of CM Helpline, himself took help of Samadhan Online to resolve his problem.
The retired block development officer Ramavtar Diwedi of Balaghat was not getting pension payment letter after his retirement from the services on January 31, 2017. He registered complaint in the Mukhya Mantri Helpline and his pension payment order was released on January 6.
An interesting turn took place in this case, when Collector Balaghat informed that Diwedi was placed under suspension for not taking action on the complaint of CM Helpline. During the Samadhan Online, Munisha Ali and Anas Ali children of Ansar Ali of village Tamasha of Janpad Panchayat Mungawali of Ashok Nagar district got their scholarship being provided by the Bhavan Sannirman Karmkar Mandal, pending from the last 3 years.
Son of Chhotelal of Shivpuri district lost his life in the road accident, the payment of pending financial assistance amount sanctioned by the collector was received by him on January 5. Delay was caused in loan payment of Rs. 3 lakh to Vindo Kushwaha of Bhopal district by the bank for Masala Udhyog.
He received the loan after he lodged the complaint in CM Helpline. hargovind Ahirwar of Sagar district has also received the second installment amount under the Mukhya Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana. Raghvendra Vishwakarma of Sagar district lost his mobile phone in Somnath Jabalpur express, his mobile phone has been recovered from Bihar by the Sagar Police.
The Chief Minister has directed the police officers to take action keeping in view the delay in this case. Gajua Jatav, the husband of Smt. Bhuriya bai was imprisoned in the Central jail Gwalior, she has received a cheque of Rs. 25 thousand against the labour work he undertook in the jail.
Similarly, Rakesh Kumar of Panna district has received the insurance amount of Rs. 61 thousand against the insurance of his buffaloes. On the complaint of Ramesh of Mandsaur for not getting compensation amount against submergence of his land in pond, he was informed that the amount will be paid to him within one month after the completion of legal procedures.
Santosh Kumar of Umaria district received the compensation amount being provided for jackal’s bite on January 6. Action was taken against the persons selling liquor illegally on the complaint of Rakesh Kumar Patel of Katni district. Pancham Singh of Bind district had given B.Sc. Final examination from the Jaipuriya Mahavidhyalaya Surpura Road district Bhind, but he was shown absent in the result.
On complaining at the CM Helpline, his problem was solved and the marks sheet has been provided to him. Chief Minister Chouhan also reviewed the cases of CM Helpline, in which the departments, districts and the officers carried out good works. He praised and presented samman patras to them.