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Collectors in MP should pay special attention to Health Institutions, Schools and Ration Shops
3rd October 2019
CS Shri Mohanty gave instructions at video conference Bhopal, October 3, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): The Chief Secretary Shri S.R. Mohnaty said that government health institutions, schools and shops under the public distribution system in the state should be run properly and according to the time frame. All the three institutions are connected with common man’s life. The district collectors should keep a constant watch on their public oriented and proper functioning . Shri Mohnaty was addressing the Divisional Commissioners, District Collectors and Chief Executive Officers of the Jila Panchayats through video conference at Mantralaya today. The Chief Secretary gathered information pertaining to action taken against the adulterated-nonstandard food items. During the video conference, the updated status related to preparations in connection to prevention of seasonal diseases, ongoing activities as regard to the verification under the public distribution system, action taken against the onion storage under the control order and registration for procurement of crops on support price were reviewed. The Chief Secretary directed that special attention must be paid to opening time of health institutions, availability of doctors and nursing staff, medicine-distribution and sanitation. Advices from local business-houses and industrial-units and necessary cooperation should be encouraged to improve health institutions. Rogi Kalyan Samitis should be activated. He said that the continuous action should be taken against adulterated and non-standard food items under the ‘Shuddh ke liye Yuddh’ campaign. The action should not be like seasonal campaigns. There should be a clear message to the adulterators that the administration is constantly alert and active, he added. Discussions on ongoing preparations for running campaign to verify eligible families under the public distribution system also took place in the video conference. The Chief Secretary instructed that as per the rules, action should be taken against the ineligible people listed under the public distribution system. Moreover, information on ongoing relief and survey works after the excessive rains and floods was obtained from the district collectors. The Principal Secretary Food and Civil Supplies Smt. Neelam Shami Rao and Principal Secretary Public Health and Family Welfare Dr. Pallavi Jain Govil were present at the video conference.