Community toilets are examined, Cdo gave instructions

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Baliya. The communal toilets built in the district so far are being examined. Construction of many communal toilets is said to be ongoing, but payments have been made. Against this background, the CDO instructed the DPRO to form a team and conduct an investigation. There has been an uproar in the Panchayati Raj Department in this regard.
As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission in the district, funds were occasionally made available to the villages to build toilets. Even so, in most of the villages someone was denied the toilet. After that, instead of the allocation of individual toilets in the villages, communal toilets were built so that the people of the villages without toilet facilities can use them.
The government has earmarked public finances, central finances and MNREGA funds for the construction. As part of this plan, which began about eight months ago, construction of communal toilets has begun in many villages. In 122 villages compared to 940 villages, however, this program could not take effect due to the unavailability of Gram Sabha land on site. So far, separate communal toilets have been built in a total of 531 villages. On the other hand, the CDO has received complaints from many villages about arbitrariness in the construction of communal toilets. Against this background, he has instructed the DPRO to form a committee to set up all communal toilets built so far. This instruction from the CDO has caused a sensation among secretaries who build communal toilets.
All communal toilets built so far will be examined by the committee. If a deficiency is found, action will be taken against the person concerned. The DPRO was instructed to set up a committee on this matter. Praveen Verma, CDO, Ballia

Baliya. The communal toilets built in the district so far are being examined. Construction of many communal toilets is said to be ongoing, but payments have been made. Against this background, the CDO instructed the DPRO to form a team and conduct an investigation. There has been an uproar in the Panchayati Raj Department in this regard.

As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission in the district, funds were occasionally made available to the villages to build toilets. Even so, in most of the villages someone was denied the toilet. After that, instead of the allocation of individual toilets in the villages, communal toilets were built so that the people of the villages without toilet facilities can use them.

Funds from public finances, central finances and MNREGA were made available for the construction on behalf of the government. As part of this plan, which began about eight months ago, construction of communal toilets has begun in many villages. In 122 villages compared to 940 villages, however, this program could not take effect due to the unavailability of Gramm-Sabha land on site. So far, separate communal toilets have been built in a total of 531 villages. On the other hand, the CDO has received complaints from many villages about arbitrariness in the construction of communal toilets. Against this background, he has instructed the DPRO to form a committee to set up all communal toilets built so far. This instruction from the CDO has caused a sensation among secretaries who build communal toilets.

All communal toilets built so far will be examined by the committee. If a deficiency is found, action will be taken against the person concerned. The DPRO was instructed to set up a committee on this matter. Praveen Verma, CDO, Ballia

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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