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Officers/employees suspended for not resolving issues on time

01 Aug 2017
Officers/employees suspended for not resolving issues on time

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today issued instructions to suspend several officers/employees for adopting negligent attitude in providing public services on samadhan online and inability to solve people’s problems. He said that those officers/employees who are honestly working for people’s welfare will be awarded publicly but those who are found to be corrupt will be punished.

Be sensitive towards people’s problems

Considering the case of Shri Parmal Singh Jatav of Posat village in Ashoknagar as special, Chief Minister instructed to get him admission in M.Sc. Shri Jatav had appeared for his B.Sc 5th semester practical examination at Government PG College, Sheopur. His marks in the examination had not been added in his marksheet. Taking action in the case Shri Chouhan instructed to issue notice for action against the guilty principal and concerned officer. He said the government team should be sensitive towards people’s grievances.

In another case Raghavendra Payasi, a farmer of Satna district, had not received payment of 48 quintal 40 kg paddy sold by him to Barsi cooperative committee. The Chief Minister instructed to remove the committee manager and purchase centre in charge for delay in payment. The CM also told all collectors to probe into the delay in payment of purchase of wheat and other crops apart from paddy and take immediate action against those found guilty of negligence.

Shri Sanjeev Patel of Shehna village in Raisen district had applied for soil testing. While soil testing was not done, no soil testing report was given to him. Taking serious note of this the Chief Minister ordered for suspension of the then Deputy Director Agriculture Department.

Shri Anjani Prasad Tiwari of Devhara village of Anuppur district complained that he has not received the rent amount of his building given on rent to tribal boys hostel. Taking serious note of this the Chief Minister instructed to withhold salary hike of Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Welfare Department with immediate effect and take stern action against the concerned accountant for delay in payment.

Sushri Rekha Singh of Pali village of Panna had complained to the CM of not receiving payment of house rent allowance. Collector Panna told that the payment had been made on July 28. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed to take departmental action against the guilty officers/employees.

Shri Hakam Bamania and Shri Vishal Singh of Sagdi village of Ujjain district told the Chief Minister that beneficiary Smt. Shyam Bai’s widow pension has been delayed by two years. Expressing anger over the delay the Chief Minister said that such cases should be dealt with sensitivity and instructed for immediate suspension of gram panchayat secretary and told the collector to start the payment of pension immediately.

Shri Rahul Yadav of Dhuma village of Seoni had filed a complaint that he had not received payment of award money despite having secured 85.40 marks after revaluation in 12th standard. At this the Chief Minister issued instructions to suspend the concerned employee.

In a death by drowning case of 2004, husband of Smt. Mangibai of Mau thana village of Rajgarh district had died of drowning in a well but she did not receive any financial aid. Chief Minister suspended concerned patwari on finding him guilty in the case.

Suggestions invited from Collectors, SPs in Mining Policy

The Chief Minister told Collectors that final shape is being given to the new mining policy. He has invited suggestions from Collectors and Superintendents of Police on the basis of their experiences. He clarified that the government has no interest in acquiring revenue from sand. Sand should be easily accessible on cheap rates to the people and through this local people should get employment also.

It was told on Samadhan Online that fund for making payment of insurance claims of Kharif 2016 has been received from the Centre and its payment will be made to the farmers at the earliest. He has instructed that all communication sources should be used to inform farmers about the efforts made by the state government.

Make Independence Day a ‘Jan Utsav’

The Chief Minister told the Collectors to start preparations to celebrate the country’s 70th Independence Day in their respective districts. He said that the Independence Day should be celebrated as Jan Utsav. Preparations will be made at the state level also.

He said that from now on, cases registered in 181 and Public Service Guarantee Act will be regularly reviewed on every samadhan online.

Officers/employees lauded for sensitive redressal of complaints

The Chief Minister lauded the departments and employees for sensitively redressing complaints registered in 181. He said that officers/employees who have done a good job will be honoured publicly. He congratulated Shri Asif Nazmi of Bhopal Municipal Corporation, Shri L.N. Borna of Neemuch, Shri J.K Choudhury of Dewas, Shri Sunil Gaur of Khandwa and Sushri Maya of Ujjain. He also congratulated Shri S.N. Shrivastava of Chhatarpur, Shri Shahab of Bhopal Municipal Corporation, Shri G.V. Prajapat of Jabalpur, Shri Arun Singh of Sagar and Shri M.P Singh of Indore.

Chief Secretary Shri B.P Singh, Director General of Police Shri R.K. Shukla and senior officials of all departments were present.