131 complaints, 18 resolved in solution days

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Mau. Samadhan Diwas was organized in all police stations in the district on Saturday. A total of 131 complaints were received in all police stations. Only 18 of these could be processed. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal and Superintendent of Police Ghouls Sushil inspected resolution day in Madhuban. DM encouraged to resolve complaints quickly.
In Chiraiyakot, a total of 12 applications were received on Resolution Day, chaired by Tehsildar Subhash Chand Yadav. Three of these can be solved. The Dakshintola Police Station received a total of four applications, not even one could be disposed of here. The Dohrighat Police Station received a total of 12 applications. Five of them were disposed of. In Ghosi there were a total of 11 applications, not a single one was disposed of here. While there were a total of applications at the Haldharpur Police Station, only two could be disposed of.
A total of 16 applications were received in Kopaganj, but only one of them could be processed. In the city of Kotwali, one of three applications was processed. In the Madhuban police station, not a single one of a total of 23 applications could be disposed of. A total of 19 applications were received in Muhammadabad Gohna Kotwali, of which only three could be dealt with. At the Ranipur Police Station, two of the eight applications were disposed of.
In Sarailakhansi, not a single one of the 15 applications could be processed. Of the four applications that the Rampur Police Station received, only one could be dealt with. According to Ghosi correspondent, on Saturday in the courtyard of Kotwali, in the presence of SDM, Dr. CL Sonkar and CO Naresh Kumar organized the resolution day of the police station.
According to the Madhuban correspondent, a total of 23 cases, mainly related to land disputes, occurred on Saturday’s resolution day, which was organized at the local police station under the chairmanship of SDM Madhuban Lal Babu Dubey. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal and Police Superintendent Sushil Ghule also suddenly came there.
The DM instructed the officials concerned to dispose of the applications received on the day of the decision. The DM instructed the complainants who appeared on the day of the resolution to solve their problems quickly. On this occasion, together with CO Amit Kumar Singh, station manager Vimal Prakash Rai, Tehsildar and several village accountants were present.
According to the Chirayakot correspondent, a resolution day was organized on Saturday on the premises of the police station under the leadership of Tehsil Mohammadabad Gohna Tehsildar Subash Chand Yadav. In this case, a total of 12 letters of complaint were received, 11 of which related to revenue and one to the police. On that occasion were Tehsildar Subashchand Yadav, Kanungo Vijay Singh, Lekhpal Avinash Singh, Shashishekhar, Rajendra Lal, Vinod Giri, Sarvesh Singh, Anil Kumar and people from Nagar Panchayat Chiraiyakot.

Mau. On Saturday, Solution Day was organized in all police stations in the district. A total of 131 complaints were received in all police stations. Only 18 of these could be processed. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal and Superintendent of Police Ghouls Sushil inspected resolution day in Madhuban. DM encouraged to resolve complaints quickly.

In Chiraiyakot, a total of 12 applications were received on Resolution Day, chaired by Tehsildar Subhash Chand Yadav. Three of these can be solved. The Dakshintola Police Station received a total of four applications, not even one could be disposed of here. The Dohrighat Police Station received a total of 12 applications. Five of them were disposed of. In Ghosi there were a total of 11 applications, not a single one was disposed of here. While there were a total of applications at the Haldharpur Police Station, only two could be disposed of.

A total of 16 applications were received in Kopaganj, but only one of them could be processed. In the city of Kotwali, one of three applications was processed. In the Madhuban police station, not a single one of a total of 23 applications could be disposed of. A total of 19 applications were received in Muhammadabad Gohna Kotwali, of which only three could be dealt with. At the Ranipur Police Station, two of the eight applications were disposed of.

In Sarailakhansi, not a single one of the 15 applications could be processed. Of the four applications that the Rampur Police Station received, only one could be dealt with. According to Ghosi correspondent, on Saturday in the courtyard of Kotwali, in the presence of SDM, Dr. CL Sonkar and CO Naresh Kumar organized the resolution day of the police station.

According to the Madhuban correspondent, a total of 23 cases, mainly related to land disputes, occurred on Saturday’s resolution day, which was organized at the local police station under the chairmanship of SDM Madhuban Lal Babu Dubey. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal and Police Superintendent Sushil Ghule also suddenly came there.

The DM instructed the officials concerned to dispose of the applications received on the day of the decision. The DM instructed the complainants who appeared on the day of the resolution to solve their problems quickly. On this occasion were present together with CO Amit Kumar Singh, station manager Vimal Prakash Rai, Tehsildar and several village accountants.

According to the Chirayakot correspondent, a resolution day was organized on Saturday on the premises of the police station under the leadership of Tehsil Mohammadabad Gohna Tehsildar Subash Chand Yadav. In this case, a total of 12 letters of complaint were received, 11 of which related to revenue and one to the police. On that occasion were Tehsildar Subashchand Yadav, Kanungo Vijay Singh, Lekhpal Avinash Singh, Shashishekhar, Rajendra Lal, Vinod Giri, Sarvesh Singh, Anil Kumar and people from Nagar Panchayat Chiraiyakot.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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