MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan suspended five government officials and ordered inquiry against several other officials who failed to deliver on their work and had complaints against them.
MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan suspended five government officials and ordered inquiry against several other officials who failed to deliver on their work and had complaints against them. CM was participating in the Samadhan online programme when he got complaints from the public.
CM ordered action against principal and related staff in case of student Parmal Singh Jatav of Ashok Nagar whose practical numbers were not added in his mark sheet due to which he could not get admission in college. In another instance, manager of cooperative society and in-charge of procurement centre were removed from their posts. Raghvendra Payasi of Satna had complained that he did not receive payment of paddy till date.
Sanjiv Patel of Shehna village from Raisen district had complained that he had given application for soil testing but to no avail. CM ordered suspension of the deputy director agriculture concerned. In another complaint from Anuppur, Anjani Prasad Tiwari reported that he did not get rent of the house that he gave for a ST hostel. CM ordered to stop one increment of accountant and assistant commissioner of tribal welfare department.
Rekha Singh of Pali village from Panna complaint that she did not receive CM house allowance on which Panna collector replied that payment was done on July 28. CM asked the collector to take action against erring officials who delayed her payment.
Hakam Bamania and Vishal Singh of Sagdi village of Ujjain district told the Chief Minister that beneficiary Shyam Bai’s widow pension has been delayed by two years. Expressing anger over the delay the Chief Minister said that such cases should be dealt with sensitivity and instructed for immediate suspension of gram panchayat secretary and told the collector to start the payment of pension immediately.
Rahul Yadav of Dhuma village of Seoni had filed a complaint that he had not received payment of award money despite having secured 85.40 marks after revaluation in 12th standard. CM issued instructions to suspend the concerned employee.
The Chief Minister told Collectors that final shape is being given to the new mining policy. He has invited suggestions from Collectors and Superintendents of Police on the basis of their experiences. He clarified that the government has no interest in acquiring revenue from sand. Sand should be easily accessible on cheap rates to the people and through this local people should get employment also.