Friday, October 7, 2022

Jharkhand CM thrust on more jobs under MGNREGA to stop migration, prohibits JCB

Early land survey, quick disposal of land related cases 

Ranchi, September 19: Chief minister Hemant Soren has directed rural development department to ensure more job under MGNREGA to avoid migration of farmers and labourers due to drought like situation in the state.

At a review meeting of the department,  Soren said more jobs should be created and the schemes should be implemented on a large scale. He said that geo mapping of schemes should also be done. The Chief Minister said that site inspection of the schemes would also be done so that farmers do not have to leave for other states for earning livelihood.

Department informed that 16.58 lakh fruit trees and 2.72 lakh timber plants have been planted under Birsa Harit Gram Yojana.

Under Veer Shaheed Poto Ho Vikas Yojana 3371 schemes have been given out of which 1041 have been completed. The Chief Minister gave instructions to complete the pending schemes by November 15. Instructions were also given to take this scheme in every Panchayat.

Soren said to start at least 5 new schemes in every village without delay and give priority to SC/ST in MNREGA works and ensure 50% women participation in MNREGA.

He said that JCB should not be used in MNREGA works and fake muster rolls should be banned immediately. Observe timely work under MNREGA and ensure payment of wages on time and create more and more man days so that there is no migration.

The Chief Minister inquired about the steps taken in the light of the instructions given to the local people to give the work of schemes up to one crore in mining areas.

In a review of revenue, land reforms and registration department Soren directed for getting the land survey done.

The Chief Minister said that the department should take concrete steps towards conducting land survey in Jharkhand by preparing a report after studying procedures adopted for survey of land in other states and replicating it in Jharkhand. He said that due to non-survey of land, people’s problems will increase with many disputes in the coming days, so its solution is very important.

It was told by the department that a total of 12 lakh 97 thousand 967 rejected applications were received in the state. In this, 5 lakh 84 thousand applications have been executed. While 6 lakh 42 thousand applications were rejected. At present there are 528 such applications which are pending for more than 90 days. The Chief Minister said that the cases of dismissal filed should be ensured at the earliest.

 Chief minister instructed for setting up revenue courts and regular courts for the execution of land related cases. The Chief Minister said that the cases executed in the Revenue Courts set up by the Deputy Commissioner and other officials would be reviewed after three months.

He also directed the deputy commissioners that cases of rejection of the filing did not remain pending for more than 90 days and ensure that the registry based filing is rejected.

The security of the documents uploaded on the website of the department should be ensured.

While reviewing energy department deputy commissioners were asked to provide 60 to 100 acres of land at one place so that 20 MW solar power plant can be set up.

They were also asked to ensure wide publicity of the scheme of giving 5 units of electricity free of cost by the government for planting a tree.

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