Hapur News – Health survey: The teams did not even reach 50 percent of the villages within 5 days

Health survey: The teams did not even reach 50 percent of the villages within 5 days
Hapur supervisory and monitoring committees for preventing corona infections must also be closely monitored. Despite the five-day lapse, 50% of the villages in the district did not have health survey teams. Most of the teams are at home preparing the health survey report.
After the Panchayat elections, corona infection became uncontrollable while CM Yogi advised Adityanath to focus on the villages when visiting Meerut and Ghaziabad. On May 17, Anuj Singh, DM of Hapur, formed the 364 gram Panchayat Level Monitoring and Monitoring Committees of the development blocks of Hapur, Sibhaonali, Dhaulana and Garh of the district and Mohallawar of the urban area. When the Amar Ujala team investigated, it was found that the teams from these committees did not reach 50 percent of the villages. A zone judge and a sector magistrate were appointed to these committees. Under the magistrate, each village was instructed to appoint a Lekhpal, a Gramm Panchayat officer, a chief, a Panchayat member, a chairman of the committee, and three other employees. The committee should meet with the village chief and the elected member in the villages and mohallas of his region before noon every day and submit a report on the corona infection. But even after five days on the orders of DM, the committees did not conduct a survey in around 50 percent of the villages. The committees never met or made people aware of them. DM Anuj Singh was confirmed by ADM Jayanath Yadav after receiving complaints.
Where how many teams
364 monitoring committees were formed
273 teams were for rural areas
41 teams were set up in Hapur
15 teams were set up in the fortress
25 teams were formed for Pilkhuwa
10 teams were employed in the Babugarh region
The administration launched an investigation into the committees
Monitoring committees have been set up to prevent the rate of corona infection. However, there have been complaints that some committees are not yet active. The functioning of the monitoring committees in both urban and rural areas will be examined. The affected SDMs and EOs have been directed to submit feedback reports to such committees after receiving feedback from the people. In rural areas, the District Panchayat Raj officer and BDO will investigate and report. Action will be taken on the basis of the report. – Anuj Singh, DM, Hapur.
No committee has arrived in Dhana
The surveillance committee in the village has not yet conducted a survey. Make the people in the villages aware of the corona from their level. – Anshu Indus, village leader, Dhana.
House survey
Only formalities are dealt with. The survey will not be conducted until after you have sat at home. The patient is confident, God, drugs are not even given to him. – Pawan Saini, former head of Harsinghpur.
The team returned afterwards
There was only one day-long committee poll in the village. The team returned after interrogating some people while like many people in the village still had a fever. -Gyaneshpar Tyagi, Head, Dhanaura.
The drugs were not distributed and the survey was not carried out
There was no collection or distribution of medicines of any kind in the village. Supervisory committees only work on paper. – Sangeeta, director of Hoshiarpur Garhi.

Health survey: The teams did not even reach 50 percent of the villages within 5 days

Hapur supervisory and monitoring committees for preventing corona infections must also be closely monitored. Despite the five-day lapse, 50% of the villages in the district did not have health survey teams. Most of the teams are at home preparing the health survey report.

After the Panchayat elections, corona infection became uncontrollable while CM Yogi advised Adityanath to focus on the villages when visiting Meerut and Ghaziabad. On May 17, Anuj Singh, DM of Hapur, formed the 364 gram Panchayat Level Monitoring and Monitoring Committees of the development blocks of Hapur, Sibhaonali, Dhaulana and Garh of the district and Mohallawar of the urban area. When the Amar Ujala team investigated, it was found that the teams from these committees did not reach 50 percent of the villages. A zone judge and a sector magistrate were appointed to these committees. Under the magistrate, each village was instructed to appoint a Lekhpal, a Gramm Panchayat officer, a chief, a Panchayat member, a chairman of the committee, and three other employees. The committee should meet with the village chief and the elected member in the villages and mohallas of his region before noon every day and submit a report on the corona infection. But even after five days on the orders of DM, the committees did not conduct a survey in around 50 percent of the villages. The committees never met or made people aware of them. DM Anuj Singh was confirmed by ADM Jayanath Yadav after receiving complaints.

Where how many teams

364 monitoring committees were formed

273 teams were for rural areas

41 teams were set up in Hapur

15 teams were set up in the fortress

25 teams were formed for Pilkhuwa

10 teams were employed in the Babugarh region

The administration launched an investigation into the committees

Monitoring committees have been set up to prevent the rate of corona infection. However, there have been complaints that some committees are not yet active. The functioning of the monitoring committees in both urban and rural areas will be examined. The affected SDMs and EOs have been directed to submit feedback reports to such committees after receiving feedback from people. In rural areas, the District Panchayat Raj officer and BDO will investigate and report. Action will be taken on the basis of the report. – Anuj Singh, DM, Hapur.

No committee has arrived in Dhana

The surveillance committee in the village has not yet conducted a survey. Make the people in the villages aware of the corona from their level. – Anshu Indus, village leader, Dhana.

House survey

Only formalities are dealt with. The survey will not be conducted until after you have sat at home. The patient is confident, God, drugs are not even given to him. – Pawan Saini, former head of Harsinghpur.

The team returned afterwards

There was only one day-long committee poll in the village. The team returned after interrogating some people while like many people in the village still had a fever. -Gyaneshpar Tyagi, Head, Dhanaura.

The drugs were not distributed and the survey was not carried out

There was no collection or distribution of medicines of any kind in the village. Supervisory committees only work on paper. – Sangeeta, director of Hoshiarpur Garhi.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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