Ranchi, Feb. 1: Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that officers in the rank of deputy commissioner and others posted in different districts of the state should work sincerely to ensure that people should remember them for a long time, even after they retire.
They should get inspiration from good works done by other officers and work to boost the folk culture of the state. He directed the officers to dispense the 25,000 pending complaints at their own level.
The CM congratulated the Hazaribagh DC and also greeted him for obtaining the ISO 9001:2008 certificate for all the developmental work done in the district. He said that with his work the DC has been able to attract the attention of the Prime Minister too.
Dealing with a complaint from Sarai Dhela, a resident of Dhanbad, the CM directed all DCs to clear all encroachments from either side of the roads within a week.
Taking this matter seriously, Das directed the Dhanbad DC to stop all illegal exercises and send a compliance report within a week. He also directed him to launch a special drive and clear all encroachments and illegal constructions on government lands within a week.
The CM said that no notice will be served to the encroachers. Das heard 20 cases through video conferencing and passed the orders accordingly.
In order to avoid the harassment faced by the retired government officials, the CM gave strict instructions to all the DCs to prepare a checklist of the retirement dates of employees in their respective districts. He asked them to ensure that all facilities due to an employee after retirement are provided.
He directed the state education department secretary to make a pre-retirement list of all employees who are scheduled to retire in a particular year with a view to avoid unnecessary harassment to the concerned employees.
Referring to the murder case of Sunil Pandey, a resident of Palamu who was killed by extremists, the CM asked the senior officers to review the case at their own level.
Regarding seizing of commodities of a tenant by his landlord at Lalpur in Ranchi, Das directed the SP to probe the matter within 24 hours and uncover the truth.
Apart from encroachment of hand-pumps, irregularities by banks in granting loans under the MUDRA Yojana, kidnapping of Md. Shahnawaj Alamís son, a resident of East Singhbhum, non release of payment to disaster victims, issue of under-construction school buildings at Saraikela- Kharsawan, issues related to villages like Kanha Chatti of Chatra, Chironjia of Garhwa, Manjhari and Roladiha of West Singhbhum, Bano and Simhatu of Simdega, and Damma village of Ramgarh were also discussed and proper directions were issued by the CM.