Siddhi Baat: Raghubar listens to 16 complaints

Ranchi: Chief Minister Raghubar Das chaired the Sidhi program at the Suchna Bhawan here during which he addressed a total of 16
complaints and solved the problems of the people. In a complaint from Gujju of Ramgarh district Virendra Mathur complaint that he had applied for making a passport however during the time of police verification, the officer in charge of Kuju police station filed four false complaints against him due to which his passport could not be made. During the program, the Ramgarh SP accepted those wrong complaints were registered against him after which the Chief Minister ordered to immediately suspend the culprit officer.

Manju Devi from Khunti complained that her son was killed on 28 March 2018 hardly 200 m away from the Khunti police station but so far no action has been taken against the culprits over which the SP of the district concerned said that so far two ultras of the PLFI who have  confessed to their role in the killing have been arrested and soon they would be taken on remand for questioning. He said that if it is confirmed that the murder has been executed by the ultras than the younger brother of the youth should be given government job and compensation as per the norms of the government. 

Bandhani Devi of Bedo complained that after the demise of her husband who was working as a chowkidaar at the local police station for five years the pension was stopped. On this, the Ranchi DC said that since the service book of the deceased had not been identified therefore the pension was stopped however he assured that the process would be completed within a week.

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