Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the disposal of 96.6 per cent cases at the state level is a remarkable achievement in the Mukhyamantri Jan-Seva Abhiyan which started from May 10. Various pending works of the common man should be completed by July 15.
This campaign was conducted as a spell of good governance. Along with the administrative staff, the ministers in charge of the districts should also continuously review the redressal of public grievances. Chief Minister Chouhan also congratulated the administrative staff and people’s representatives of 5 districts Ratlam, Dewas, Shajapur, Khargone and Indore for resolving maximum number of applications while doing excellent work in the campaign. Congratulating the rest of the districts for the smooth operation of the campaign, Chief Minister Chouhan directed them to regularly complete small tasks of the general public within the time-limit and to redress the complaints of the CM Helpline immediately.
Chouhan was reviewing after apprising himself about the redressal of cases under the Mukhyamantri Jan-Seva Abhiyan 2.0 which started from May 10 in Mantralaya. Cabinet members, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains and other officers were present.
Chouhan said that the various problems of the citizens should always be taken seriously. In order to get justice to the people, the process of resolving the problems should go on constantly. The results of the campaign are good, but success in true sense will be considered when no work remains pending. Chouhan said that the basis of good governance is that the work of the general public should be done without any hassles. Whether it is the work of giving caste certificate, demarcation matters or work like building permission, it is necessary to do it within the time limit.
The Chief Minister informed that he had discussed with the citizens of Morena, Sheopur etc. districts over telephone two days ago and inquired about their problems. The problems of the citizens were resolved promptly by the administrative officers. The problems pointed out by the people regarding electricity and water supply, C.C. road construction and the implementation of the schemes were resolved immediately. Mukhyamantri Jan-Seva Abhiyan, in this way, can also help in solving people’s problems by enquiring about their grievances.
Chouhan said that more than one crore 25 lakh sisters have been registered under Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana in the state. From June 01, distribution of acceptance letters to the eligible sisters in the districts should be done in a ceremonial manner. This activity will go on continuously for a period of one week. Ministers in-charge should also be present and in case of being busy elsewhere they can join virtually.
Urban Development and Housing Department in wards of urban areas and Panchayat and Rural Development Department in rural areas should co-operate with Women and Child Development Department for this work. In this work co-operation of members of Deendayal Samitis, members of Jan Abhiyan Parishad, public representatives, social workers etc. should be obtained. Ladli Bahna Gram Sabhas should also be held in the rural areas on June 08.
A feeling of happiness and joy has been seen towards this scheme which will change the lives of the sisters. This should be expressed by lighting earthen lamps in homes. The task of verifying the linking of the accounts should also be completed by transferring an amount of Re 1 to the sisters' accounts on an experimental basis.
Chouhan said that should be accorded with utmost priority. Motivating and encouraging activities like uploading photos can also be done through social media.