Taking cognisance of complaints of essential services not reaching the needy Chief Minister Hemant Soren has asked DCs to ensure streamlining of the processes. The CM directed the Deputy Commissioner Ranchi to take strict action after investigating a matter relating to lacunas in the delivery of LPG refills not reaching the consumers’ home.
The CM was told through social media that a gas agency in Lalpur area was said to be not supplying LPG refill to the houses at the time of lockdown. A video was also shared in this regard to the CM on social media.
Meanwhile, after Soren’s direction, surveillance has been started on black marketing of essential commodities in Daltonganj. The CM had directed Deputy Commissioner Palamu to take action on black marketers and inform.
DC Palamu told the Chief Minister that magistrates have been deputed at the respective places to ensure that there is no black marketing of any kind by directing all sub-divisional officers. Strict action will be taken against black marketing. The CM was informed that due to the lockdown in Daltonganj, the prices of flour, rice, vegetables, pulses and milk have all doubled.The CM has directed Deputy Commissioner Seraikela to ensure full compliance with the lockdown order in Adityapur. He said that such a lacuna will not be tolerated.