Giving good governance to the public is Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s top priority

03 Jul 2018
Giving good governance to the public is Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s top priority

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed the actions taken under 'Samadhan Ek Din' and Public Service Guarantee Act during Samadhan online at Mantralaya on July 3. He said that giving good governance to the public is the topmost priority of people. Officials should take public grievances seriously and redress them without any delay. The Chief Minister heard a dozen public complaints of different districts and redressed them and also made a payment of rupees seven lakh to concerned persons.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that a fine should be imposed on officers who do not provide services on time, under the Public Service Delivery Guarantee Act. He congratulated and gave appreciation letters to the officers who performed well and issued instructions to officers not performing as per expectations. He instructed to increase registration number under Sambal Yojana where there is low registrations. Instructions were given to ensure registration to all pregnant women and provide delivery assistance.

Pay balance amount to farmers immediately

The Chief Minister instructed officials to make payment of balance incentive under price difference and Kisan Samriddhi Yojana to farmers for gram, lentil sale. He instructed that farmers should not face any problem in selling his produce. Eligible farmers should not be deprived of it and there should be no irregularity. It was informed during Samadhan that procurement of Urad and Moong will be made at Krishi Upaj Mandi between July 4 and 31.

Saharia, Bharia and Baiga women to get Rs one thousand

The Chief Minister instructed to ensure payment of rupees one thousand per month to women of especially backward tribes including Sahriya, Bhariya and Baiga. He said that there is no dearth of a fund. This amount is being given to all eligible women since last December. Beneficiaries who did not get the amount will receive it in their bank accounts. They can provide a nutritious diet to their children. He instructed the distribution of shoes-chappal, saree and water bottle to remaining beneficiaries under Charan Paduka Yojana.

Deal with criminals strictly

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan asked collectors and superintendents of police to launch an intensive drive against criminals. Also, drive against illegal liquor and obscene literature should be accelerated. He said that safety and respect of daughters is the top priority for the government. Cases of crimes to be reported against daughters should be dealt sympathetically and criminals should be dealt with strictly and firmly. He mentioned that victim in Satna case has been shifted to AIIMS, Delhi, by air ambulance.

Efforts for a death penalty to criminals in crimes against daughters

Chief Minister Chouhan held a meeting with Chief Secretary, DGP and other senior officials. He expressed a deep concern over the incidents that took place with daughters. He instructed senior officials to file a charge sheet by completing the investigation in Mandsaur and Satna cases. The charge sheet has already been filed in Gwalior case. It was asked to complete the trial soon and make efforts for getting approval from the high court on death sentence awarded in Indore and Dhar case so that convict can be hanged.

Grievances of 12 applicants redressed

Indra Sen, the resident of Atri village of Kolaras tehsil of Shivpuri had taken a loan of Rs. 5 lakh under the Mukhya Mantri Swarozgar Yojana. A subsidy amount of Rs 1.5 lakh was received. Similarly, wife of Shri Mangilal Sondhia, the resident of Jogipura village of Rajgarh, who died after falling into a well, was insured under the Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Bima Yojana. But their insurance claim was not being paid by the company. But on receipt of the case in Samadhan Online, a payment of Rs 2 lakh was made. On receiving the details of the incident, Chief Minister Chouhan expressed deep displeasure over the role of the insurance company. He said that the central government will be apprised about the issue. Shri Lakshman Singh Yadav, a resident of Pratappura village of Khandwa, Harsud, had not received the benefit of the Disabled Marriage Incentive Scheme though he was 40 per cent disabled. But when he applied on Samadhan Online, he received an assistance amount of Rs. one lakh. Shri Sunit Kumar Patel, a resident of Rithi block of Bileri village of Katni district had sold more than 217 quintals of paddy to the committee. He received a bonus of Rs 43 thousand 520. Shri Vinod Sahu, a resident of Narsinghpur block of Chouparpatha village of Ajsara got a payment of subsidy amount of Rs. 4500 for the purchase of pipes from the Agriculture Department. Shri Sunderlal Hirwe, a resident of Betaliya village of Badwaha block in Khargone received Rs. 10 thousand 344 as the fourth instalment of wages of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.

Shri Santosh Madankar, a resident of Koste village of Varaseoni tehsil, Balaghat received a payment towards wages of 23 days for the construction of cement concrete road of MNREGA. Smt Rajni Rathore, a resident of Gwalior, Lashkar received B.Ed scholarship amount of Rs. 7 thousand 830. Shri Hariram Choudhary, a resident of Sigrampur village, of Jabera block, Damoh received Rs. 26 thousand 400 for building construction wages. Shri Vaibhav Pandey, the resident of Ramnagar village of Satna, received a payment of Rs 2 thousand under Vikramaditya scholarship scheme. Shri Suresh Kumar Thakur, a resident of Geedha village under Dindori block had not been given the rent of hostel being run in his building by the Tribal Welfare Department despite having vacated the building. On presenting the case in Samadhan Online, he was paid the remaining rent amount of Rs. one lakh 52 thousand 216.

Outstanding officers felicitated

Chief Minister Chouhan congratulated and distributed citation letters to 9 officers for redressing CM Helpline cases with maximum satisfaction in the month of May at L-1 level. Similarly, outstanding officials of Samadhan Ek Din were also felicitated for providing solutions in a day for 100 per cent cases in the month of June.