Ranchi, May 4: Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Wednesday said that implementing developmental and welfare works within the time frame is the responsibility of the district Deputy Commissioners. The poor are the most sufferers in case a scheme is not implemented in time. Hence, the DCs should make a calendar and do work accordingly.
According to the CM, the government will felicitate all diligent officers on the state foundation day on November 15. The CM was speaking at the review meeting of revenue and developmental work with principal secretaries, secretaries, divisional commissioners and DCs at Project Building today.
The CM directed to form Panchayat Secretariat by the end of May. It will have four members. The CM emphasized to include educated youths of the areas which will ultimately help in monitoring the implementation of schemes. This system will help the district administration and mukhiyas. He said that development is a collective responsibility.
He said that DCs are the officers who implement the schemes on the ground. They have to come forward, activate field machinery and realize their responsibility towards the people.
He said that 1 lakh dovas will be constructed by June 15 and the total number will be 5 lakh by March 2017. Blankets, bed-sheets, towels and children’s dresses will henceforth be purchased through Jharcraft. Altogether 26,000 women from self-help groups in the state will be trained and connected with Jharcraft. He said that instead of getting the toilets made by NGOs, the money should be put into the account of the beneficiaries in two installments.
He said that more aanganwadi should be made and the poor should be given their rights. Poor Fair should be organized and commodities meant for them should be given to them in a transparent way.
He advised to select 100 youths in every district and train them from time to time for disaster management so that these teams could be utilized as civil defense when the time comes.
The CM said that maximum crimes are related with land litigation. Hence a campaign should be run to identify and cancel fake settlement and all such cases should be sorted out in the next 6 months. He directed to open more Daal Bhat Kendras for the poor in the state. He directed to give people the 172 rights under Right to Service Act. He said that appointments for Grade III and IV jobs should be completed by November 15.
He also directed to appoint Poshan Sakhis by June 25 and Kasturba Gandhi school teachers in one month. He directed to complete the process for giving compensation jobs to the family members of police personnel who lost their lives in accidents/ ambushes.
Departmental secretaries presented their schemes for the next three months, while the DCs conveyed their suggestions on the occasion.
Chief secretary Rajbala Verma, development commissioner Amit Khare, additional chief secretary N.N. Pandey, principal secretary to the CM Sanjay Kumar, secretary Sunil Kr. Burnwal, Cabinet secretary S. S. Meena and other principal secretaries, secretaries, divisional commissioners and DCs were present in the meeting at the Project Building.