Ranchi, May 31: Chief Minister Raghuwar Das disposed of 18 cases on Tuesday during the “Seedhi Baat” program held at the Project Building. The CM heard complaint of Anita Devi of Bokaro, related to land dispute and ordered SP Bokaro to take action against the officer in-charge and settle the matter.
After hearing the complaint of Umesh Singh from Chatra regarding installation of transformer and problem created by TPC Naxals, CM directed the officials to take immediate action.
While disposing of a complaint of Himanshu Singh of Chatra related to irregularities in MANREGA payment, the CM was briefed by the officials that action has been initiated against three supervisors, junior engineer and a fishery officer. Das ordered the officials to set up an enquiry after hearing a complaint of Arun Prasad from Deoghar.
Rampad Kumhar from Dhanbad and Niraml Kumar Murmu from Dumka also got their complaints addressed by the CM, who ordered action against VLW, mukhiya and others after hearing complaint of Sunil Nath related to fund irregularities.
While disposing complaint of Prabhat Kumar Dubey of Gadhwa, the CM said, “The law is equal for all and severe action should be taken against the Nagar Panchayat officials for financial irregularities. Ritesh Sahu from Khunti, Rakseh Dubey from Palamu, Sanju Toppo from Mander and other complainants were also looked into and resolved by the CM.
Before the “Seedhi Baat” program, Sanjay Kumar, principal secretary to CM briefed, about the complaint disposal status in Jan Samvad.