Noamundi, July 30: West Sighbhum deputy commissioner Arava Rajkamal held a Janta Darbar at Gua Club under Noamundi block on Saturday.
In his speech, DC said, the main motive behind the holding the Janta Darbar is to hear the public grievances and short out the problems.
The issues pertaining to toilets, ration cards, pension will be solved on the spot as the first preference, said DC, adding, the Janta Darbar is held every Tuesday at block level and every Thursday in the panchayats.
Street play was also staged making the people aware of cleanliness.
DC asked the villagers to use toilets and unless awareness is developed, diseases like diarrhea cannot be controlled.
The certificates of physically challenged and widows were also distributed in Janta Darbar.
DC explained that the policy based decision is necessary in dealing with the cases of service, land and rehabilitation and it would take time to sort out the problems.
DC asked the villagers to inform about the defunct tube well in their villages and those who cannot speak they can give us in writing.
DC asked PDS centers to include the names of the poor people and exclude the names of people belonging to financially strong background and directed them to distribute ration to the PDS centers in presence of public representatives.
DC said that those who do not collect ration continuously for three months their ration cards will be deleted from the beneficiary list.
Cast certificates would be issued on the basis of fatherís certificates or attach necessary documents. DC also said that Rojgar Mela would be held at Chakradharpur and Jagannathpur.
Rajkamal directed that those names which are not enlisted in voter lists and any complaint is lodged then action would be taken against BLOs.
SP Anish Gupta said that we have special attention for Jetia Police station and appealed the people to cooperate in finding a land to construct the police station building. SP assured that after meeting the police station in-charge and the principal, the police patrolling would be started to ensure the safety of the public travelling. The electricity would be accessed to the Vijaygiri Village by November and drinking water from water tank would be supplied through solar system.
DC asked the electricity department engineer to inspect immediately 11 thousand volts current which flows close to the Katesai School. DC also inspected the stall put up by various government departments. DC also distributed 30 thousand rupees to newly wedded couple under Kanya Dan scheme, NSC to the beneficiary of Laxmi Ladli scheme, seed and fertilizers to the farmers.
Women of 70 families were given free gas cylinder and gas woven under Ujjwala Yojana. Two physically challenged were given certificates and six were given social security benefits. Present on the occasion were IAS trainee Dr Basarat Kayum, ADC Jay Kishore Prasad, welfare officer Salan Bhuiyain, BDO Amren Dang and others.