Saturday, June 10, 2023

DISHA meeting chaired by MP focuses on public welfare schemes, issue resolution


Mail News Service

Jamshedpur: The District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) meeting was successfully conducted at the Collectorate Auditorium in Jamshedpur under the chairmanship of Jamshedpur MP, Bidyut Baran Mahato. The meeting witnessed the presence of esteemed individuals including MLA Ghatshila Ramdas Soren, MLA Baharagoda Sameer Mahanti, representatives of other MLAs, Zila Parishad Vice President Pankaj Sinha, Head of Blocks, Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav, DFO Mamta Priyadarshi, and other departmental officials.

During the meeting, a comprehensive review was conducted on the various challenges faced by the district and the government’s ongoing public welfare schemes. Additionally, directives were issued to all departments to address these issues effectively. Special discussions were held regarding power supply assurance, bridges, education, roads, MNREGA, Jal Jeevan Mission, healthcare facilities, and more. The General Manager of the Electricity Department informed the attendees that there were currently no burnt transformers in any location. They also assured that transformers in rural areas would be replaced within 48 hours, and in urban areas, within 24 hours. Addressing the electricity billing issue for the past few months in rural areas, the GM stated that the billing capacity was currently at 95 percent. The electricity department officials were actively engaged with village chiefs through a WhatsApp group, promptly addressing billing concerns and dispatching Urja Mitra to resolve any issues on-site. The GM acknowledged that electrification was pending in 11 government schools in the district but assured that the RDSS scheme would ensure electrification in all schools by November.

Furthermore, the meeting addressed specific issues, such as the damaged solar plate and motor replacement in the water tower of KGBV Dumaria, which received approval from the Honorable Member of Parliament for repair. MLA Bahragoda approved the solution for the drinking water problem in Chiyabandhi and Bagduba primary schools in the Chakulia block. The district’s achievements in the Prime Minister’s residence were deemed satisfactory.

In terms of housing development, 97 percent (46,383) of the targeted 47,508 houses were completed by the end of the 2016-22 financial year. Under the Adarsh Gram Yojana, instructions were given to implement the MNREGA scheme in saturation mode and to complete Sokpit, Nadep, and Vermicompost schemes through convergence with JSLPS.

The Deputy Commissioner directed the Labor Department to organize Janata Darbar (public grievances redressal meetings) in all the blocks to address the concerns of laborers. These Janata Darbars would be held every Wednesday in each block. Additionally, all officials were instructed to provide their departmental contact numbers to ensure seamless communication and assistance for public representatives and individuals even after transfers.

Moreover, the Special Officer of JNAC was directed to organize a housing fair on June 15 to promote awareness of the Urban Housing Scheme, enabling eligible beneficiaries to avail the benefits. The meeting also discussed various technical department issues, NHAI concerns, and mobile network challenges, offering necessary guidelines for resolution. Present at the meeting were Director DRDA Saurabh Sinha, Additional Deputy Commissioner Jaideep Tigga, Under Secretary Rural Development Ashok Kumar, Director NEP Jyotsna Singh, GM Electricity Department, DSO Rajeev Ranjan, DTO Dinesh Ranjan, SOR Deepu Kumar, DPO Arun Dwivedi, DPRO Dr. Rajnikant Mishra, District Agriculture Officer Mithilesh Kalindi, and other officials.

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