Ranchi, March 8: Weekly review of Jan Samvad was conducted on Tuesday at the Chief Ministerís Jan Samvad Kendra at Soochana Bhawan here.
The secretary to the CM, Sanjay Kr. Burnwal reviewed 20 complaints. Out of these, 15 were related to the districts and five relating to different departments. He directed the officers to do the needful through video conferencing.
Expressing his concern on laxity in disposing the complaints registered with Bokaro, East Singhbhum and Garhwa, the secretary said that 57 percent complaints have been disposed at the state-level, whereas these three districts lagged behind. He asked the officers to dispose them fast.
Burnwal talked to the officers dealing with the complaints and directed to initiate actions. On the complaint of handing over charge of Belhara School to a para teacher, the secretary directed DSE to give the charge of the school to a government teacher.
Regarding a complaint against non-approval of loan under MUDRA yojana for the last six months, Burnwal directed the concerned officer to dispose the application within a week. With respect to another case of not giving handicap pension to Bhairav Ravidas for the last 34 months, Burnwal ordered to sort it out shortly.
Another complaint from Chauparan, Hazaribag, was brought to the notice of the secretary where funds were withdrawn in 2012 by the headmaster Chaturi Ram and president of Gram Shiksha Samiti Manoj Shah in the name of toilet construction but the construction work was done only half.
Due to it, the boy and girl students of the school have to face a lot of trouble. The DEO and BDO were intimated about it but no action was taken.
Burnwal directed to recover the fund from the headmaster. He was serious about not considering the application for old age pension by Bhubneshwar Gope and his wife since 2013.
He directed the concerned officer to start off the pension of the old couple immediately.