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Ranchi (By our correspondent): In the weekly review of the complaints registered at the Jansamwad Kendra a total of 27 complaints were taken up during which the officials were instructed to make sure that the beneficiaries of ‘Mukhyamantri Kanyadaan Yojana’ are immediately paid the money.
Additional Secretary of the Chief Minister Secretariat Ramakant Singh said that as per the rules money should be distributed to all
the beneficiaries as it was a priority scheme for the state government. He said that in every district as per the target and allocation
money should be given to the people. The instruction from Mr. Singh followed following a complaint by one Tarveer Khatoon of Godda
who alleged that despite application funds were not allotted under the scheme.
Over a number of complaints coming from Bokaro, Hazaribagh, Simdega and west Singhbhum district related to providing jobs on compensatory grounds the officer asked the nodal officers of the concerned departments to clear all such pending issued by November 15.
In complaint from Jamshedpur related to pollution caused by the Tata Pigments Plant in Jugsalai, he directed the officials of the urban development and housing department to undertake cleaning of the drains.
In a complaint from Dhanbad related to providing compensation a divyang girl who was raped Mr. Singh asked the officer concerned to pay the compensation as per the provisions of the government of India. In another complaint from Hazaribagh district where it was pointed that Home Guards posted at transport department in Chordaha of Chuparan were not paid their honorarium from 2014 to 15, he asked the commercial taxes department to ensure payment within a week.
A complaint from Chatra pointed that killers of one Dhiraj Kumar were still running free over this IG to DGP Sams Tabrez asked the DSP (Headquarters) to send a detailed report to the police headquarters following the review of the case by the SP concerned.