Ranchi, Oct. 25: In the Sidhi Baat programme of Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das, Rs 1,42,000 received by a Nazir for installing solar light in Jamtara was ordered to be refunded to the villagers. It was complained to the CM that the Nazir had charged Rs. 850 for giving solar lights to the villagers.
Taking cognizance of another case involving one Pratap Kumar, the CM directed all Principal Secretaries and Secretaries to monitor compensation based facilities.
He also directed all the Principal Secretaries and DCs to take legal action on mukhiya and her husband if on her behalf, her husband is found guilty of accepting bribe; moreover, the received amount should be recovered from them.
The mukhiya husband was accused of illegitimate withdrawal of Rs. 65631 for digging pond and instead of digging it on the proposed site, he made it somewhere else.
Today in the Sidhi Baat program, 20 complaints were forwarded for the CM’s perusal which he disposed except three. In a case related to one Devendra Singh, water resource development Principal Secretary Sukhdeo Singh informed the CM that the matter was related with corruption.
Some files are missing but he hoped that the matter will be resolved in one month. The CM was also told by the Palamu DC that because of one person holding many cards, problems arose in deleting them. So some people in Chaak village could not get grain. Anyway it will be sorted out soon and they will be provided food-grains.
Regarding absence of doctors and unavailability of medicines (Building Construction Dept.) at Bundu, the CM said that surprise inspections should be conducted to find out the real condition of hospitals. He also looked cross over not finding highway patrolling doing duty sincerely.
Taking cognizance of Bona Focus Kujoor’s complaint, the CM said that if only one toilet is properly made out of 3500 under construction toilets, what is the administration doing? He was told that the supt. engineer has been recommended to suspend the junior engineer and construct quality toilets. The CM also directed the Dumka DC to sort out Anand Mallick’s case.
Regarding not paying Ashok Yadav’s money for delivering food grains to APS shops, the CM directed the officers to pay him in seven days.
Demanding CBI probe in the murder of Govind Munda, the CM suggested Payal Munda to see the CCTV footage in the concerned police station. Complaints related with kidnapping of Alpana Kumari of Deoghar and death of Virendra Singh’s son in BGH because of carelessness were also discussed.
Apart from that, many other complaints were raised by the people before the CM which he ordered to sort out.
The CM congratulated all the officers, staff and people of the state on the occasion of Deepawali and asked the officers to work as a team.
On this occasion Principal Secretary to the CM Sanjay Kumar said that 84.68 % complaints have been sorted out at district level while the satisfaction figure is 72.22% and department wise 79.94% complaints have been sorted out whose satisfaction figure is 65.02%. He said that we should try to balance sorted out complaints and satisfaction parameter equally.