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Jhansi. The ongoing dispute at Jal Sansthan does not take its name to stop. Another councilor wrote a letter to the MLA accusing him of commissioning one company with another company to operate tube wells. On the other hand, Sadar’s MLA wrote a letter to the Divisional Commissioner asking him to hire the General Manager’s financial authority.
After Rajesh Tripathi, the former vice chairman of the city society, another city councilor, Sushila Dubey, has now written a letter to Sadar MLA Ravi Sharma regarding the commissioned pipe well in the water. It was said that the tender requested by the Office of the General Director stated the prices for the operation of three pipe manholes by one worker and approved the EPF, ESI of workers and CCTV cameras on each pipe manhole. While another contractor used to work at Rs 330 per manhole, per worker, per month. Pending the approval of the general manager, the contractor’s workers worked from January 1 to March 21 at the earlier tariffs and conditions.
On the other hand, Jal Sansthan gave the assignment to someone else for the same period. In this respect, this arrangement is not justified. He has requested an investigation and the placing of orders. Councilor Sushila Dubey has also sent a copy of the letter to Supplemental Revenue Council Commissioner Nandkishore Dwivedi.
On the other hand, Sadar MLA Ravi Sharma wrote a letter to the Divisional Commissioner. The general manager has been said to retire on June 30th. It turns out that after proposals of four to five billion have been prepared and approved by the tax authorities, action will have to be taken to pay fake employees. The government’s policy is that all financial powers be removed two months before retirement. There is still one week left for the general manager to retire. Therefore, the right to funding the payment through them should be stopped immediately.

Jhansi. The ongoing dispute at Jal Sansthan does not take its name to stop. Another councilor wrote a letter to the MLA accusing him of commissioning one company with another company to operate tube wells. On the other hand, Sadar’s MLA wrote a letter to the Divisional Commissioner asking him to hire the General Manager’s financial authority.

After Rajesh Tripathi, the former vice chairman of the city society, another city councilor, Sushila Dubey, has now written a letter to Sadar MLA Ravi Sharma regarding the commissioned pipe well in the water. It was said that the tender requested by the Office of the General Director stated the prices for the operation of three pipe manholes by one worker and approved the EPF, ESI of workers and CCTV cameras on each pipe manhole. While another contractor used to work at Rs 330 per manhole, per worker, per month. Pending the approval of the general manager, the contractor’s workers worked from January 1 to March 21 at the earlier tariffs and conditions.

On the other hand, Jal Sansthan gave the assignment to someone else for the same period. In this respect, this arrangement is not justified. He has requested an investigation and the placing of orders. Councilor Sushila Dubey has also sent a copy of the letter to Supplemental Revenue Council Commissioner Nandkishore Dwivedi.

On the other hand, Sadar MLA Ravi Sharma wrote a letter to the Divisional Commissioner. The general manager has been said to retire on June 30th. It turns out that after proposals of four to five billion have been prepared and approved by the tax authorities, action must be taken to pay fake employees. The government’s policy is that all financial powers be removed two months before retirement. There is still one week left for the general manager to retire. Therefore, the right to funding the payment through them should be stopped immediately.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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