Wages of five Naugarh block secretaries withheld, warning to Bdo

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Naugarh (Chandauli). Angry at the poor progress in housing construction under the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister’s housing program, Chief Development Officer Ajitendra Narayan Singh suspended the salaries of five Naugarh Bloc secretaries on Thursday. At the same time, Block Development Officer Sudama Yadav was warned. On the other hand, BDO has warned the beneficiaries before the FIR if the construction of the houses is not completed by the end of this month.
In 2020-21, 581 beneficiaries were allocated homes under PM Awas Yojana in the Naugarh development block. In which the first installment of 44,000 rupees was sent to the account of 585. Later the second installment of Rs 76 thousand was sent. It is alleged that the secretary was only able to complete 87 houses even after seven months. The first and second installments were transferred to the accounts of 198 beneficiaries of CM homes in other villages including Majhgai, Vinayakpur, Jarhar, Devduttpur, Bairgarh, Magahi and Gangapur in the region.
At the end of June, 18 people have completed the roof work. 1.20 lakh will be given to the beneficiary of the residential program. The first installment was released to the beneficiaries in December. Even after the month of June, the construction work on the houses could not be completed. While both installments of the beneficiaries were also received in the account in May. Even without interest in the work and warnings, the Panchayat secretaries did not consider the completion of the construction work to be necessary.
Annoyed by poor past review progress, the CDO has suspended the salaries of Panchayat secretary Shivbali Prasad, Mahendra Maurya, Upendra Sahni, Guddu Prasad and Mahendra Prasad for negligence. The chief development officer has also warned of a suspension if the plan does not move forward. BDO Naugarh Sudama Yadav said that notices were issued to about 250 beneficiaries by the Panchayat secretaries. If the construction of the houses is not completed by the end of July, an FIR will be filed against the beneficiaries, the salaries of the Panchayat secretaries will be suspended.

Naugarh (Chandauli). Angry at the poor progress in housing construction under the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister’s housing program, Chief Development Officer Ajitendra Narayan Singh suspended the salaries of five Naugarh Bloc secretaries on Thursday. At the same time, Block Development Officer Sudama Yadav was warned. On the other hand, BDO has warned the beneficiaries before the FIR if the construction of the houses is not completed by the end of this month.

In 2020-21, 581 beneficiaries were allocated homes under PM Awas Yojana in the Naugarh development block. In which the first installment of 44,000 rupees was sent to the account of 585. Later the second installment of Rs 76 thousand was sent. It is alleged that the secretary was only able to complete 87 houses even after seven months. The first and second installments were transferred to the accounts of 198 beneficiaries of CM homes in other villages including Majhgai, Vinayakpur, Jarhar, Devduttpur, Bairgarh, Magahi and Gangapur in the region.

At the end of June, 18 people have completed the roof work. 1.20 lakh will be given to the beneficiary of the residential program. The first installment was released to the beneficiaries in December. Even after the month of June, the construction work on the houses could not be completed. While both installments of the beneficiaries were also received in the account in May. Even without interest in the work and warnings, the Panchayat secretaries did not consider it necessary to complete the construction work.

Annoyed by poor past review progress, the CDO has suspended the salaries of Panchayat secretary Shivbali Prasad, Mahendra Maurya, Upendra Sahni, Guddu Prasad and Mahendra Prasad for negligence. The chief development officer has also warned of a suspension if the plan does not move forward. BDO Naugarh Sudama Yadav said that notices were issued to about 250 beneficiaries by the Panchayat secretaries. If the construction of the houses is not completed by the end of July, an FIR will be filed against the beneficiaries, the salaries of the Panchayat secretaries will be suspended.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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