Ranchi, Nov. 3: Secretary to the chief minister, Sunil Kumar Burnwal said that the police should stop probing a murder in the line of a mobile theft case.
The police officers should investigate a case timely & submit the report in time. If reports are not submitted timely, the possibility of manipulating a case increases many times & later, proving the charge upon the real culprit becomes tough. Secretary said this while reviewing the complaints lodged with Jan Samvad Kendra at Soochana Bhawan on Tuesday.
Regarding the murder of Alam Ansari of Phoolbhanga village of Sahibganj on 13th July 2015, the police nodal officer reported that the investigation is going on. Responding to this the Secretary said that the investigation should be completed within 90 days while the police are still lingering around the theory of death by suffocation or choking throat. He directed to submit the report immediately.
Regarding missing of a 19 year old girl from Balialiganj, Pakur, the police reported Mr. Burnwal that the mobile location is still unknown. Mr. Burnwal asked what the police were doing for three months if they could not detect the mobile location. He directed the SP of the concerned district to submit the report.
Taking non installation of hand pump to a bore well done four months ago at Upgraded Primary School, Rakuwa, Ramgarh seriously, Mr. Burnwal directed the nodal officer Mr. Ajitesh Kumar to make a list of people responsible for this dereliction including officers, staff and contractor and send them to CM secretariat.
Discussing the dysfunctional transformer at Simirita village for the last six months & not finding any satisfactory answer, the Secretary directed Jan Samvad Kendra to send complaints related with dysfunctional transformer straight to JBVNL Director Mr. Rahul Purwar.
Regarding illegitimate mining at Dhanwar, Giridih the secretary said to write the departmental secretary about the deputy director�s way of execution, start departmental proceeding against him and why he should not be suspended for not stopping illegitimate mining despite being informed.
Moreover, the secretary directed time bound action regarding water supply in ward 17 of Chas Nagar Parishad, demand of bribery by a staff in Chatra for mutation of land, registry of gair majarua land in Chatra, beating of a child in Kasturba School at Dhobaramgarh, Dumka, kidnapping of a 23 year old youth Karmavir Singh at Deoghar, non-payment of old age pension to Mr. Jyotirmaya Bhattacharya(65) & Mr. Krishna Bhattacharya (63) at East Singhbhum, Indira Aawas issue related with Shishir Ghoshal at Gumla, high-handedness in Aangan badi sevika selection in Garhwa & murder of Rajendra Gope in September 2014 in Hazaribag. 20 complaints were brought for his consideration so far.
On behalf of IT department, he directed to conduct a workshop for all the BDOs of the state. He said that all the officers will be informed to accept old age pension online in this workshop.
He warned all the districts not to linger, accept online application & deliver to the beneficiaries through software made by NIC already installed in the districts.