Ranchi: Standing true to his commitment for women�s empowerment, Chief Minister Raghubar Das today directed Khunti DC to return the women�s group Rs 7.5 lakh with interest within a week as the women had borrowed the money on interest.
Taking cognizance of one Prabhawati Devi�s complaint with JSK, the CM said that people should not suffer at any cost. The women of Aashadeep women group, Torpa had deposited money against supply of solar lights which were never delivered to them. The CM also appealed to the women to get connected to Sakhi Mandal.
In connection with problems of Kundalhith farmers, the PDS Secretary has directed the Jamtara DC to pay the farmers their dues of Rs 32 lakh. The matter was repeated in JSK as on 26th March last, paddy for Rs 80 lakh was purchased from the farmers through lamps but Rs 32,000 remained due till date.
Regarding compensation job to the dependent of late Munna Ram, a worker with Commercial tax department, the CM assured that the dependent will be given the job in a week.
Das also directed to sort out the matter of Poshan Sakhi appointment at Rai Kinari, Jarmundi in Dumka through conducting Gram Sabha and said to take action on the SDO why he waited for 5 months when the selected person did not join as Poshan Sakhi.
On not getting the benefit of gratuity, group insurance and third ACP, retired 4th grade staff Kailash Prasad Yadav of Krishi Bazar, Dhanbad complained. The officers told the CM that such 78 cases related with Bihar are pending. They are in contact with Bihar officials and in the process to resolve the problems.
Regarding Ranchi University complaint by Santosh Kumar Verma, the CM directed his Secretary Sunil Kumar Barnwal to get the findings and report him on 28th December.
On another complaint of partiality by Vinay Raj of Ranchi against Hindpidhi officer-in-charge L. Rajak regarding breaking boundary on his land, the CM directed the DC to reach the spot in person, get the land measured and sort out the problem.
In connection with not giving the permit of 250 buses and 180 trucks which were approved on 27th September and ready to be delivered on 29th October, the CM ordered to call the concerned officer to sort out all the problems in Ranchi on 28th December itself.
In connection with not paying the payment of 8 months by PDS to its employee Dilip Kumar Srivastava, it was said by the department on 4th October that he would be paid in 15 days but still the matter in pending. The CM said that his payment should be given at the earliest.
He also directed the Disaster Management Department to provide funds so that Shashikant Sen can be compensated against the damage caused to his house on 16th March due to fire.
He also directed the SDO to find out if para-teachers Gauri Devi and Neelam Devi at R.U. M. V. Manjeera are capable of teaching or not. On not getting Rs. 5 lakh insurance amount on losing his one of his legs in an extremist incident in 2005 during Assembly polls, the CM directed the officers to make sure that the sufferer gets insurance amount.
Regarding irregularity in PCC construction in Sahibganj, the DC said that no irregularity has been found. The CM directed to get the matter reinvestigated. With respect to Rs 66 lakh stadium fund scam in West Singhbhum, the CM directed to attach those engineers� property, who are absconding.
He also ordered to take action on junior engineer and rojgar sevak in connection with irregularities in road construction in Latehar.