Ranchi, Dec. 2: Reviewing various complaints in the ‘Sidhi Baat’ program at Mukhya Mantri Jan Samvad Kendra, Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Wednesday looked cross with the education directorate.
He asked the education secretary Aradhana Patnayak why files are not disposed properly and timely at the education directorate.
The CM was referring to a complaint regaring non-payment of salary to teacher Lalchand Sahu who was appointed at Minority Middle School, Komba on August 1, 1991. He has not been paid his salary from 2010. The CM directed the department to pay the teacher’s salary immediately.
Johnson Kujoor, who was relieved from Food Corporation in Chaibasa in 2010, has not received his salary for 52 months from the corporation. When the concerned officer was asked about it, he told that Kujoor is charged with a Rs. 61 lakh scam. The CM directed the officer to meet the complainant and sort out the problem.
Regarding the murder of Aalam Ansari of Phoolbhanga village, Sahibganj, the CM asked the SP why the accused have not been arrested. The SP said that there is no proof against the accused. The victim was accused of rape, presented at the village panchayat and, thereafter, underwent mental imbalance. He committed suicide and the family has held the rape victim’s family responsible for his death. The CM directed the SP to probe the case himself.
Kalpana Devi of Kali Basti, Dhanbad, complained that the police entered her house by force at 11 p.m., broke things, pushed and shoved her. As a result, her 9-month-old baby fell down and died while being taken to the hospital. But the SP told the CM that the child died of pneumonia in the hospital. Das asked the police to get the case probed by a D.I.G. level officer.
Sunil Mandal from Koderma said that he was not part of the mob that burnt the vehicles. Rather he was taking a lady and his child that met with a road accident to the hospital. The Dhanbad police reported that the accused has been found guilty of the charges and he will be arrested. The CM directed the SP to review the matter so that no innocent person suffers.
The CM dedicated the Jan Samvad Kendra website to the people today. This website runs on new software.
Principal secretary to the CM Sanjay Kr. informed that 36882 complaints have been lodged with the Kendra and 16330 complaints have been sorted out.
He hoped that the figures will improve in near future. Secretary to the CM Sunil Kr. Burnwal informed that people sitting in the remote areas can now lodge their complaints with jansmvad.jharkhand.gov.in. He said that previously the figures were lodged with CPGRAM, which was cumbersome from of collection.
Manish’s mother Mrs. Sandhya Devi thanked the CM at the Sidhi Baat program for taking initiatives in bringing back her son home.