SP, SSP directed to be sensitive to common masses, stop illegal mining
Ranchi, January 19: Chief Minister Hemant Soren directed the officers to ensure that the benefits of all the schemes run by the state government reach the common man at all costs and speed up implementation of schemes.
Addressing the deputy commissioners and police officials of the districts through video conference Hemant Soren said, work on those schemes whose foundation stones should be done in such a manner that they are inaugurated on time.
“Government is reviewing schemes by visiting various districts. The departmental secretaries should prepare a schedule and go to the districts and review the ongoing schemes. If necessary, departmental secretaries should also go to the districts and conduct surprise inspections. The Chief Secretary should also continue to review the public utility schemes at his level,” said Soren.
“People do not get benefit by doing data entry in the portal, but it is necessary to keep an eye on the work being done at the ground level. Many schemes look something else on the portal but the ground reality tells something else. It is the responsibility of the government to generate revenue. Speed up all the work related to revenue generation,” added Soren.
The chief minister also reviewed Johar Portal, Chief Minister Drought Relief Fund Distribution, disposal of cases in ‘Aapki Yojana-Aapki Sarkar-Aapke Dwar’, review of revenue collection, suo moto mutation system etc. somewhere in the meeting.
“It is responsibility of the Deputy Commissioners for the smooth implementation of the schemes in the districts. There is a need to speed up the work of MNREGA, Chief Minister Drought Relief Scheme, scholarship distribution etc. The Deputy Commissioners of the districts should continuously review all these works and keep giving a sense of duty to the nodal officers,” said Soren.
Hemant Soren instructed the officers that by February 15, 2023, the amount should be paid to the deprived eligible beneficiaries under the Chief Minister’s Drought Relief Scheme.
The Chief Minister directed that an additional amount of Rs 250 crore should be made available soon from the Jharkhand Contingency Fund (JCF) under the Chief Minister’s Drought Relief Scheme.
The Chief Minister instructed the Senior Superintendents of Police and Superintendents of Police of various districts that illegal mining should not take place under any circumstances, whether it is of coal, sand or stone – these will be ensured by the SPs of all the districts.
In the review meeting, the Chief Minister directed the police officers and policemen to work with more sensitivity towards the common people. The Chief Minister also directed for speedy execution of cases pending under ST/SC Atrocities Prevention Act and cases related to cyber fraud.