Ranchi (By our Correspondent): Sunil Kumar Barnwal Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Raghubar Das chaired the weekly review of the complaints registered at the Jan Samwad Kendra at the Suchana Bhawan here during which he expressed his anguish over the large number of pending complaints in Dhanbad, Palamu and Giridih districts and asked their respective DCs to file a reply within a week.
He sought to know from the officials while more than 2000 complaints each were pending in these districts. On the other
hand, he also flayed the officials of the power department at the state level as more than 1000 complaints were pending at their level and warned that in the departments and districts where a large number of complaints are pending the responsible officials will be identified and strict action will be taken against them.
Over a complaint from Deoghar where one Isahak Aalam pointed out that since May 2017 he had not received his Divyangta pension over this Mr. Barnwal asked to dispose off the matter within a week and warned the responsible officer of action. On another complaint from the same district where a beneficiary of the PMAY pointed that despite approval of his home in September 2017 he had not received the first installment of funds, he directed the official to solve the issue within a week.
In a complaint from Latehar where it was said that 24 workers working as daily earners at Latehar substation had not been given their wages since May 2018 over which he asked the nodal officer to make sure that payment is made within a week.
Following a complaint of one Sourav Anand who had still not got a job on compensatory grounds following the demise of his father who was posted at senior technical assistant in the tourism department in June 2014, he asked the department to issue appointment letter within a week. Over a similar kind of complaint from Hazaribagh by Shiv Kumar Das whose father died while in job as a fourth grade employee in the state food corporation in 2003 the nodal officer of the department said that since there was no vacancy, therefore, he could not be appointed over this Mr. Barnwal asked that if there are no vacancies in their department than he should be appointed in some other department and clearly instructed to solve out the matter by next Tuesday.