Hostel superintendent and deputy commissioner suspended on account of irregularities

MOS Mr. Sarang conducts surprise inspection of hostel at village Badi of Alirajpur 

Bhopal, November 28, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan):   Minister of State for Cooperatives (Independent Charge) and District Incharge Mr. Vishwas Sarang has conducted surprise inspection of hostel situated at village Badi of district Alirajpur today. He directed to suspend hostel’s Superintendent Mr. Pal Singh Rawat and Deputy Commissioner Tribal Development Mr. Damor with immediate effect on account of irregularities. Mr. Sarang is on two day tour of Alirajpur and Jhabua districts for which he is the Minister In charge.  Mr. Sarang conducted the surprise visit of the hostel at village Badi immediately after the district planning committee meeting. Taking serious note on the complaints of improper food arrangements, insanitation and on complaints of not getting food at the right time from the students, Mr. Sarang directed the officials for immediate removal and suspension of the hostel superintendent beside Deputy Commissioner Tribal Development.  Mr. Sarang reviewed several development works in the meeting of district planning committee beside preparation of ‘Namami Devi Narmade’ Yatra. He gave directives to enhance the target of sprinkler irrigation scheme and to achieve it. Reviewing the Swachcha Bharat Mission Mr. Sarang said that to conduct a campaign to make all the 242 gram panchayats free of open defection. He also told to link the Public Representatives with this. Mr. Sarang said that upto June 30, 2017 the entire district should be made free from open defecation.

  It was informed that 23 gram panchayate have been made free of open defection. MP Mr. Kantilal Bhuriya, Jila Panchayat President Mrs. Anita Chouhan, MLAs Mr. Nagar Singh Chouhan and Mr. Madho Singh Dabar were present in the meeting.  State Minister Mr. Sarang dedicated the rain-basera constructed at the cost of Rs. 28 lakh at Alirajpur bus stand under the Deendayal Antodaya Rashtriya Shahri Ajivika Mission.

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