Ranchi: Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Sunil Kumar Barnwal has directed the Deputy Commissioners to review the pending payments of depositors in multipurpose and agricultural cooperatives (lamps and pacs) and settle them on a priority basis.
The Principal Secretary gave this instruction while reviewing the matter of non-payment of maturity money of Anoop Kumar Meharia of Jamtara district who had deposited the money in a recurring account in Fatehpur Lamps. Mr Barnwal was reviewing cases in the weekly review program of Jansamvad Kendra at Suchna Bhawan here.
One Rameshwar Modi from Deoghar had complained that error in online entry of land in Jharbhumi has not been corrected even after two years. On this, he instructed to issue show cause to Sadar Circle Officer and also instructed the Deputy Commissioners of all the districts to review the errors of the land details on the website and correct them on a priority basis.
Land of Nirmal Chandra Sen in Pindrajora of Bokaro district was acquired for the NH-32, in 2007 in lieu of which the compensation has not been paid till yet on this he directed the Nodal Officer of the district to examine the land documents and execute the matter in a week.
Land of Manohar Yadav in Kunda of Chatra was acquired in August 2007 in order to build a camp for CRPF, however, he has not been paid compensation so far. On this Mr Barnwal instructed the Home, Jail and Disaster Management Department to execute the matter within a week.
Narender Singh of Palamu died in March 2017, his wife Rinki Devi was not given a family benefit till now, the principal secretary instructed to show cause the Regional Officer and SDO of the concerned Block Panki and said that if the family benefit is not paid by next Tuesday, then the guilty officer will be marked and suspended.
Mohammed Sheikh Qasim retired from the post of watchman from Narayanpur Block office of Jamtara in 2003 but he has not been paid his ACP so far over which he ordered to issue show-cause to District Welfare Officer, Jamtara for negligence.
Complain about coal being loading and unloading from a siding point of Gola road railway station, Ramgarh came in Jansamvad. While reviewing this matter, the Principal Secretary directed the nodal officer to inspect the site with the Chief and District Mining Officer and after inspecting the site, he directed to auction the coal till next Tuesday.
In January 2013, during the service Golu Lohar, employed on the post of peon in irrigation division, Bundu, Ranchi, died. However, his dependent son Ajay Kumar Lohar has not got the job on compassionate grounds. On this, the Principal Secretary instructed to ensure appointment before the next ‘Seedhi Baat’ program or strict action will be taken against the guilty.
On the complaint of not receiving the compensation of the acquired land of 700 raiyats for constructing the path from Ramana to Majhiyaon in Garhwa district, the Principal Secretary ordered the land acquisition officer, to ensure payment to raiyats within a month.