CM chairs Siddhi Baat: directs to appoint administrator for all residential cooperative societies

Ranchi: Chief Minister has directed to appoint an administrator for all the Cooperative residential committees and sort out all the pending cases related to a land mutation in these committees.

The order from the Chief Minister followed after complaints related to discrepancies in Cooperative residential communities was brought before him during the Sidhi Baat program. Complainant Hansraj Jaiswal said that in the year 2003 he had purchased land in new AG colony from the Cooperative residential committee but till date, its registry has not been done.

During the program the Chief Minister listened to a total of 23 complaints and most of them were sorted out on the spot during which secretaries of the various department and officials were present while through video conferencing the DCs and SPs made their presence. He directed the officials of the district that to solve the Complaints registered at the Jansamwad Kendra they should cold review meetings in their districts every Saturday from 4 to 5:00 p.m. and it should be on the likes of the Weekly review held at the Suchna Bhawan here.

Mr Das expressed his anguish over numerous complaints on old age pension widow pension and other schemes and said that if the district administration will solve these problems at their own level then the same will not be brought at the mukhyamantri Jan samvad Kendra. He also directed the DCs to ensure that a report on the weekly review meeting is sent directly to the CMO. 63 years old Narayani Mukherjee of Ramgarh had a complaint that her widow pension was pending since February 2014 after which the Chief Minister directed The DC of Ramgarh to ensure that she is given her pension along with the area within 15 days and also ask to issue Show cause to the officials who were negligent in their role.

He also directed all the DCs to ensure that in all government schools instead of permanent boundary bio fencing should be done as it would reduce the cost of construction and would also be beneficial for the environment. His directions followed after a complaint was brought from Poraiyahat of Godda district where it was pointed that there was no boundary wall.

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