Complaints not resolved in six months, three officials called for answers

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Kanpur landscape. The government’s intention is to provide a complete and temporary solution to the population’s problems. A hearing will take place on the day of the decision. On the other hand, due to the negligence of the officials, the clarification of complaints gets stuck. The review brought the reality of eliminating complaints registered six months ago to the fore. This clarification was summoned by SDM Maitha, Assistant Engineer Irrigation, Deputy Director Agriculture. Now the officials are upset about it.
Sampoorna Samadhan Diwas was organized on January 19th in Maitha Tehsil. Even after six months of complaint, the complainants could not get a solution to the problem. The officials unceremoniously made the disposal a mockery. The protocol on the elimination of complaints was also not included in the register. The entire settlement days, which were closed due to covid, began again on July 17th.
The disposal of the complaints filed in Maitha tehsil in January has now been examined. The DM itself checked the reality with the complainants on the phone. The complainants said there was no solution to the problem. The DM strongly contradicted this. Responses were requested from three negligent officers.
In January the actual handling of the complaints received in Maitha Tehsil was checked. Summary of billing status found. The complainants said that the solution had not been found. A statement was obtained from the officials responsible for the negligence. – JP Singh, DM Kanpur Dehat.
Khushi Lal, a resident of Basehi, Naubasta, had asked to dig a drain to water crops. The investigation was given to Assistant Engineer Irrigation. The account number was not found in the register. During the reality check, Khushi Lal informed the DM on the phone that the complaint had not been heard.
Arun, a resident of Chandrapal and Dhakan Shivli of Hridaypur, had requested that the non-transferable land be registered as transferable. In the register there was a sign that he was in the process of writing from the Tehsildar. When the DM checked the reality on the phone, both farmers said the problem was not resolved.
Kamlesh Kumar, a resident of Ramdinpurwa, Kashipur, complained that he had not received Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi because of incorrectly registering the account number. On the phone, the farmer informed the DM that he had not received the Samman Nidhi. No settlement was found in the register. The assistant agricultural director argued that the farmer would get all the installments together. The DM did not agree with this.
Father did the work, paid the son wages
Kanpur landscape. Mawaiya’s MNREGA employee helped build the primary school’s perimeter wall. When the account number was wrong, the BDO paid out to the son. Ram Singh of Mawaiya went to Maitha Tehsil on January 19th and pleaded for a full dissolution day because he had not received the wages for building the border wall. The officers played a game in resolving the complaint.
Payment to the employee could not be made due to an incorrect bank account number. The officers paid the wages into his son’s bank account. The DM expressed strong displeasure that a high quality solution to the problem was not provided. The CDO has been instructed to issue a serious warning to BDO Maitha.

Kanpur landscape. The government’s intention is a complete and temporary solution to the people’s problems. A hearing will take place on the day of the decision. On the other hand, due to the negligence of the officials, the clarification of complaints gets stuck. The review brought the reality of eliminating complaints registered six months ago to the fore. To clarify this, SDM Maitha, Assistant Engineer Irrigation, Deputy Director Agriculture, was appointed. Now the officials are upset about it.

Sampoorna Samadhan Diwas was organized on January 19th in Maitha Tehsil. Even after six months of complaint, the complainants could not get a solution to the problem. The officials unceremoniously made the disposal a mockery. The protocol on the elimination of complaints was also not included in the register. The entire settlement days, which were closed due to covid, began again on July 17th.

The disposal of the complaints filed in Maitha tehsil in January has now been examined. The DM itself checked the reality with the complainants on the phone. The complainants said there was no solution to the problem. The DM strongly contradicted this. Responses were requested from three negligent officers.

In January the actual handling of the complaints received in Maitha Tehsil was checked. Summary of billing status found. The complainants said that the solution had not been found. A statement was obtained from the officials responsible for the negligence. – JP Singh, DM Kanpur Dehat.

Khushi Lal, a resident of Basehi, Naubasta, had asked to dig a drain to water crops. The investigation was given to Assistant Engineer Irrigation. The account number was not found in the register. During the reality check, Khushi Lal informed the DM on the phone that the complaint had not been heard.

Arun, a resident of Chandrapal and Dhakan Shivli of Hridaypur, had requested that the non-transferable land be registered as transferable. In the register there was a sign that he was in the process of writing from the Tehsildar. When the DM checked the reality on the phone, both farmers said the problem was not resolved.

Kamlesh Kumar, a resident of Ramdinpurwa, Kashipur, complained that he had not received Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi because of incorrectly registering the account number. On the phone, the farmer informed the DM that he had not received the Samman Nidhi. No settlement was found in the register. The assistant agricultural director argued that the farmer would get all the installments together. The DM did not agree with this.

Father did the work, paid the son wages

Kanpur landscape. Mawaiya’s MNREGA employees helped build the primary school’s perimeter wall. When the account number was wrong, the BDO paid out to the son. Ram Singh of Mawaiya went to Maitha Tehsil on January 19th and pleaded for a full dissolution day because he had not received the wages for building the border wall. The officers played a game in resolving the complaint.

Payment to the employee could not be made due to an incorrect bank account number. The officers paid the wages into his son’s bank account. The DM expressed strong displeasure that a high quality solution to the problem was not provided. The CDO has been instructed to issue a serious warning to BDO Maitha.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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