Camps to be organized now in villages under “Aapki Sarkaar-Aapke Dwaar” programme

Programme to be made more people oriented
Campaign against adulteration to be made more effective
CS Shri Mohanty at High Level Divisional Review in Indore
Bhopal, September 16, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): The Chief Secretary Shri Sudhi Ranjan Mohanty today directed the Officers in Indore to make the ongoing campaign against adulteration more effective and result oriented. Take action in this campaign which not only punish the guilty but also reflects the positive outcome among the common man. The Chief Secretary asked to take the “Aapki Sarkaar-Aapke Dwaar” programme closer to the common man, by making it more people-oriented. Now Camps will be organized from village to village, he added.
The Chief Secretary told to prepare an action plan by assessing the requirements at district level and its effective implementation to provide fertilizer, seeds and other agriculture inputs to the farmers during the Rabi season as per their demand. He directed to make relief amount distribution arrangement to provide timely relief to the affected people by conducting micro-survey in heavy rain affected areas of the districts of Indore division.
The Chief Secretary also asked to maintain special vigilance during the fairs, festivals and other functions, where a large number of devotees gather. Announcement in advance should be made, if water is to be released from the dams in rivers during the festivals. He said that arrangements should be madeto ensure that idols should not be immersed in the rivers.
Shri Mohanty said that arrangements should be made to resolve cases of mutation, partition and demarcation within the stipulated time. He instructed to assess the damage to crops and other losses in the rain affected areas. He said that the survey should be conducted carefully and sincerely. No eligible farmer should be left out and the amount of compensation should be received by them in time. Special attention should be paid on revenue collection. Ensure getting revenue-related copies from public service centres and the IT Centres.
The Chief Secretary informed that the ongoing campaign against the adulteration is getting nationwide appreciation. Effective action has been taken at every place of the state. More effective action should be taken in this campaign.
Shri Mohanty also reviewed the measures being taken in Indore Division to prevent water borne diseases and other infectious diseases. He directed that all the precautionary measures to control chikungunya, dengue and swine flu should be ensured in the division. Administration should maintain vigil. He also told to provide the amount of Janni Suraksha Yojana within stipulated time. The Chief Secretary asked for encouraging institutional deliveries, to spread awareness among the teenage girls towards the health and use of sanitary napkins. He said that the officers must also shoulder social responsibilities along with their basic duties.
The Chief Secretary said that the rejected cases of forest rights should be examined minutely and resolved with sensitivity. He informed that a campaign is being launched from October 2 to examine and redress the rejected cases.
Moreover, Shri Mohanty told to make arrangement of government buildings at local level for aaganbadis being run in the rented buildings. He reviewed the action taken against the illegal mining, transport and its storage.

During the meeting, the Chief Secretary Shri Mohanty asked for stringent action against those who disrupt the work of continuous electricity supply. He appreciated the work done in the Division and said that there have been many exemplary works carried out in Indore Division.

The Divisional Commissioner, Shri Akash Tripathi, Principal Secretary Home, Jail and Transport Shri S. N. Mishra, Principal Secretary Agriculture Shri Ajit Kesari, Principal Secretary Health Smt. Pallavi Jain Govil, Principal Secretary Revenue Shri Manish Rastogi, Principal Secretary Food and Civil Supplies Smt. Neelam Shami Rao, Secretary Mineral Resources Shri N.S. Parmar, Director Tribal Regional Development Scheme Shri Rakesh Singh, Director Drug Administration Shri Ravindra Singh along with other senior officers of the division and districts were present at the meeting.