Hathras: Construction of a communal toilet in Rajpur on paper completed

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras
According to government instructions, DPRO Banwari Singh inspected half a dozen villages. He observed the construction status of Panchayat houses in Dandeshwari, Rajpur, Mahmud Nagla Dhak, Lalpur and other villages. The condition of Panchayat Ghar in Dandeshwari Village was felt to be very pathetic. On the other hand, in the village of Rajpur, the communal toilet on paper was shown to be complete by the secretary of Gram Panchayat, while the on-site work was found to be incomplete. The construction work started on the news of the inspection from DPRO.
The construction of panchayat houses and communal toilets in the Gramm Panchayats of the district is under constant scrutiny by the government level. At the same time, district-level officials were instructed to inspect the area by visiting the area. In this sequence, the DPRO inspected more than half a dozen villages. Gramm Panchayat’s cleanliness was also observed.
During the construction of the communal toilet in Gram Panchayat Rajpur, DPRO’s mercury soared, while the Gram Panchayat secretary had shown the completion of the construction of the communal toilet in the past. In this regard, the relevant secretary was instructed to issue a notice.
At the same time, no work was done in Panchayat Ghar due to Operation Rejuvenation in Dandeshwari village. In this sequence, DPRO also inspected Bhatikara. The inspection found that the employees who were servicing the communal toilets in Gram Panchayat Bhatikara were paid only two thousand rupees instead of six thousand rupees.

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras

According to government instructions, DPRO Banwari Singh inspected half a dozen villages. He observed the construction status of Panchayat houses in Dandeshwari, Rajpur, Mahmud Nagla Dhak, Lalpur and other villages. The condition of Panchayat Ghar in Dandeshwari Village was felt to be very pathetic. On the other hand, in the village of Rajpur, the communal toilet on paper was shown as complete by the secretary of Gram Panchayat, while the on-site work was found incomplete. The construction work started on the news of the inspection from DPRO.

The construction of panchayat houses and communal toilets in the Gramm Panchayats of the district is under constant scrutiny by the government level. At the same time, district-level officials were instructed to inspect the area by visiting the area. In this sequence, the DPRO inspected more than half a dozen villages. Gramm Panchayat’s cleanliness was also observed.

During the construction of the communal toilet in Gram Panchayat Rajpur, DPRO’s mercury soared, while the Gram Panchayat secretary had shown the completion of the construction of the communal toilet in the past. In this regard, the relevant secretary was instructed to issue a notice.

At the same time, no work was done in the Panchayat Ghar due to Operation Rejuvenation in the village of Dandeshwari. In this sequence, DPRO also inspected Bhatikara. The inspection found that the employees who were servicing the communal toilets in Gram Panchayat Bhatikara were paid only two thousand rupees instead of six thousand rupees.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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