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Chief Minister redresses public grievances

04 Sep 2018
Chief Minister redresses public grievances

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that officials should have a positive approach towards redressing problems. Chief Minister Chouhan issued directives to collectors during Samadhan online programme on September 05. He personally heard the applicants and redressed their problems. Along with this, instructions against officials adopting dereliction in redressing problems were also issued. Chief Secretary Shri BP Singh was present on the occasion.

The Chief Minister said that continuous review at every level of implementation should be made. Regular review should be conducted in self-employment loan distribution, pending pension cases. A process to send amount in accounts should be studied. Practical problems should be considered with benefits of technology and they should be redressed. He said that self-employment loan cases should be reviewed. Status of loan cases in banks should be taken on a monthly basis. It should be ensured that beneficiaries get loan and subsidy on time. He said that the pending 503 cases related to loan distribution are registered with Chief Minister Helpline. Report of them being resolved needs to be submitted in 15 days. He underlined to set up power transformer within the time limit.

State gets leading place in prime minister housing construction

Chief Minister Chouhan said that the work of development is a multi-dimensional one. With team spirit, our endeavour ensures success. The Rural Development Department has worked excellently in prime minister’s housing scheme. The state has secured the first place by making a record for construction of two-lakh houses in July and August. The officials should continue the efforts. More two lakh houses can be completed in next 45 days. Congratulating the department, he asked them to continue the efforts in this direction. The state has set a record by constructing five-lakh toilets under Swachha Bharat Abhiyan. He said that 19 districts should make special efforts under Swachhata Abhiyan so that entire state can be made open defecation free by next October 2.