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Tuesday, 3 March 2020

KCC beneficiaries of PM Kisan Yojana should be opened in farmers' banks - Collector

Instructions given for review of deadline cases,

katni - Under the Kisan Credit Card of the farmers benefiting from the PM Kisan Yojana of the district, complete the process of opening accounts in the bank branches of the respective service area. For this, after consulting with the concerned farmers and provide information regarding the KCC and the scheme, the concerned departmental officers. Collector Shasibhushan Singh gave this instruction to the lead bank manager and other concerned departmental officers in the review meeting of the deadline cases held in the collectorate meeting on Monday. During this, Additional Collector Jayendra Kumar Vijayawat, Municipal Corporation Commissioner RP Singh, SDM Rohit Sisonia, Sapna Tripathi, Priya Chandrawat and other departmental departments concerned were present. In TL meeting, Collector Mr. Singh inquired about the district level committees constituted in various departments under the instructions issued by the state government. He has said that all the department heads concerned should ensure that committees in their departments have been formed under the instructions issued. Departments in which committees are yet to be formed, they should complete the process soon and submit the information. Along with this, the Collector directed the concerned departmental officers that the departmental officers should submit the information of the committees related to their respective departments to the Nodal Officer District Panchayat. Collector Mr. Singh gave necessary instructions regarding the maintenance of letters received from the Chief Minister's office, ministers and public representatives. He said that the departmental officers should maintain such applications and letters in the register and update their disposal. In addition, special monitoring should also be done in these cases. The Collector directed the departmental officers to follow up the cases related to the courts and submit timely answers and claims. During the assembly session and budget session, the concerned departmental officers compulsorily submitted the deadline within the time limit and directed the collector to send a copy to the district office as well. During the review, the collector informed that the video conference will be held on 7 March as part of the public rights program by the Chief Minister this month. Instructing the departmental officers, he said that in this regard, the complaints related to the subjects of the Janadhikar program should be resolved and the answers to the pending complaints of the seam helpline should also be filed. While reviewing the pending cases of CM Helpline, Collector Mr. Singh said that officers should reach rural areas and listen to the problems of local villagers and take action in their disposal. Along with this, he gave directions for redressal of unauthorized complaints, satisfactory resolution of complaints of CM helpline, review of CM Monit, timely external public service guarantee cases and pending cases of Uttara Software.
Big toppers to the helpline work, explain to the ones

As per the instructions of Collector Shasibhushan Singh, the officials of the 5 top departments doing good work per week and the officials of the 5 bottom-performing minimum work are also called in the CM Helpline. District Manager Public Service Guarantee Dinesh Vishwakarma told through presentation that this week 100 percent satisfaction among top five officers in 100% redressal to CEO District Dhimarkhera 100 percent, PM District Bahoriband Meena Kashyap in redressal of complaints related to PM housing 100 percent redressal, over 95 percent satisfied with social justice related complaints CEO Irakrn District Brwara Gyanendra Kumar Mishra and CEO district soap nut Pradeep Singh are joined respectively 87.50 and 83.33 per cent fulfilling dismantling top Faiv. Similarly, Rakesh Sharma of Municipal Corporation, Tehsildar Vijay Kumar Dwivedi, Block Health Officer of Public Health Department Raj Singh Thakur, General Manager Central Cooperative Bank Gyanendra Pandey and CEO of District District Dhamarkheda in zero redressal of complaints related to SBM in zero satisfactory resolution for doing minimum work. KK Pandey's name was in the top bottom. At the meeting, officers doing good work in CM Helpline were encouraged, while those doing minimum work were advised to improve performance. 

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