Sadke To Khood Dali, per Marramt Maun – Roads were dug, but repairs were silent

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To tie. Roads costing hundreds of rupees were recently dug in the city to lay pipelines. The Jal Nigam filled the ground after laying the pipe after digging several meters deep and wide in the middle of the road, making it difficult to get out when it rains.
The mayor has sent the Jal Nigam a letter asking him to reconstruct the streets. In the housing estate from blocks A and B, the intersection of Indiranagar and Chamrauri to the intersection of Aliganj Police Chowki above Idgah, Jal Nigam laid main risers and an approximately 2.5 km long pipeline of 400 mm as part of the AMRUT scheme. Mayor Mohan Sahu said in a letter to Jal Nigam’s chief engineer who revealed the details above, that the reconstruction of the dug roads should only be carried out by Jal Nigam. On this condition, the community had given NOC. Said that the Jal Nigam did not do any reconstruction including the quality of the roads even after that. Pedestrians face inconvenience on the respective streets. The roads were to be rebuilt where the pipeline was laid. (Conversation)
Create clusters in villages for vaccination
To tie. For the vaccination campaign taking place next month, DM Anand Kumar Singh instructed the GMO to create clusters in villages as part of a micro-planning. At the meeting of the covid vaccination task force in the Collectorate, all responsible medical officers were asked to sit down with the SDM and BDO and prepare the cluster. The WHO representative outlined the campaign. The DM instructed the employees at village level and the field workers to make the villagers aware of this. CDO Harishchandra Verma, ADM Santosh Bahadur Singh and MP Singh, SDM Sudhir Kumar, ASP Mahendra Pratap Chauhan, City Magistrate Keshav Nath Gupta, CMO Dr. ND Sharma etc. were present at the meeting. (Conversation)
IGRS cases should be resolved in three days
To tie. DM has given instructions for the qualitative elimination of complaints / cases received from the IGRS portal within three days. In the review meeting on Saturday it was said that the complainant should also be heard in comparison. solve his problem. High quality public grievances are the government’s priority. The DM instructed that the status of pending cases should be viewed by opening their portal in the morning. The officials concerned were present at the meeting. (Conversation)

To tie. Roads costing hundreds of rupees were recently dug in the city to lay pipelines. The Jal Nigam filled the ground after laying the pipe after digging several meters deep and wide in the middle of the road, making it difficult to get out when it rains.

The mayor has sent the Jal Nigam a letter asking him to reconstruct the streets. In the housing estate from blocks A and B, the intersection of Indiranagar and Chamrauri to the intersection of Aliganj Police Chowki above Idgah, Jal Nigam laid main risers and an approximately 2.5 km long pipeline of 400 mm as part of the AMRUT scheme. Mayor Mohan Sahu said in a letter to Jal Nigam’s chief engineer who revealed the details above, that the reconstruction of the dug roads should only be carried out by Jal Nigam. On this condition, the community had given NOC. Said that the Jal Nigam did not do any reconstruction including the quality of the roads even after that. Pedestrians face inconvenience on the respective streets. The roads where the pipeline was laid should be rehabilitated. (Conversation)

Create clusters in villages for vaccination

To tie. For the vaccination campaign taking place next month, DM Anand Kumar Singh instructed the GMO to create clusters in villages as part of a micro-planning. At the meeting of the covid vaccination task force in the Collectorate, all responsible medical officers were asked to sit down with the SDM and BDO and prepare the cluster. The WHO representative outlined the campaign. The DM instructed the employees at village level and the field workers to make the villagers aware of this. CDO Harishchandra Verma, ADM Santosh Bahadur Singh and MP Singh, SDM Sudhir Kumar, ASP Mahendra Pratap Chauhan, City Magistrate Keshav Nath Gupta, CMO Dr. ND Sharma etc. were present at the meeting. (Conversation)

IGRS cases should be resolved in three days

To tie. DM has given instructions for the qualitative elimination of complaints / cases received from the IGRS portal within three days. In the review meeting on Saturday it was said that the complainant should also be heard in comparison. solve his problem. High quality public grievances are the government’s priority. The DM instructed that the status of pending cases should be viewed by opening their portal in the morning. The officials concerned were present at the meeting. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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