What Work Has Been Taken From 450 Contract Workers, Will Have To Be Accounted For –

Saharanpur. The committee constituted to investigate the shortcomings found in the Government Medical College has started the investigation. The committee has visited the Government Medical College and now the report is to be prepared. It will also be an important point in the investigation report that what work was taken from the 450 workers hired on contract. The Divisional Commissioner had made a committee of five officers and directed them to submit the inquiry report within 15 days.
Divisional Commissioner Lokesh M had made a surprise inspection of the Government Medical College, Pilkhani, a week ago. Then he found many irregularities and flaws on the spot. Questions were also raised on the work of 450 contractual workers kept in the college. Because the contract workers were not found during the inspection. Apart from this, dirt and other dislocations were found on the bed sheets. Expressing displeasure over this, Divisional Commissioner Lokesh M had directed to conduct an inquiry. Along with this, a letter has also been sent to the government in this regard.
On the instructions of the Divisional Commissioner, a committee of five officers was formed to conduct the investigation. The inquiry committee reached the Government Medical College and inspected it, the flaws that were found were also investigated thoroughly. Now the committee has to prepare the inquiry report.
These officers are in the inquiry committee
Additional Commissioner DP Singh, Additional District Magistrate (Administration) Archana Dwivedi, Assistant Director (Treasury) Govind Shukla, Additional Director (Medical Health) Dr. Anita Joshi, Executive Engineer Sanat Guptrishi are included.
An investigation is being conducted regarding the irregularities found in the Government Medical College. Further action will be taken after the report of the inquiry conducted by the committee is received.- Lokesh M, Divisional Commissioner

Saharanpur. The committee constituted to investigate the shortcomings found in the Government Medical College has started the investigation. The committee has visited the Government Medical College and now the report is to be prepared. It will also be an important point in the investigation report that what work was taken from the 450 workers hired on contract. The Divisional Commissioner had directed a committee of five officers to submit the inquiry report within 15 days.

Divisional Commissioner Lokesh M had made a surprise inspection of the Government Medical College, Pilkhani, a week ago. Then he found many irregularities and flaws on the spot. Questions were also raised on the work of 450 contractual workers kept in the college. Because the contract workers were not found during the inspection. Apart from this, dirt and other dislocations were found on the bed sheets. Expressing displeasure over this, Divisional Commissioner Lokesh M had directed to conduct an inquiry. Along with this, a letter has also been sent to the government in this regard.

On the instructions of the Divisional Commissioner, a committee of five officers was formed to conduct the investigation. The inquiry committee reached the Government Medical College and inspected it, the flaws that were found were also investigated thoroughly. Now the committee has to prepare the inquiry report.

These officers are in the inquiry committee

Additional Commissioner DP Singh, Additional District Magistrate (Administration) Archana Dwivedi, Assistant Director (Treasury) Govind Shukla, Additional Director (Medical Health) Dr. Anita Joshi, Executive Engineer Sanat Guptrishi are included.

An investigation is being conducted regarding the irregularities found in the Government Medical College. Further action will be taken after the report of the inquiry conducted by the committee is received.- Lokesh M, Divisional Commissioner

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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