Utmost priority to good governance and corruption-free rule

Strict action for negligence in providing public services: CM Mr. Chouhan

Suspends employees for negligence

cm5.10.17Bhopal, October 5, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan):  Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan instructed all the Collectors and Divisional Commissioners to become vigilant and sensitive in providing public services to the people within stipulated time limit adhering strictly to the Public Service Guarantee Act. Deliberating with Collectors through Samadhan Online at Mantralaya here today, Mr. Chouhan informed that special video conference will be held on subjects related to implementation of Public Service Guarantee Act on October 16. Now review will be made on cases linked with the public services every month. Mr. Chouhan further said that this Act has been made for good governance. The state government is committed to provide good governance and corruption free rule to the people. Mr. Chouhan has urged the Collectors and Divisional Commissioner that they can provide suggestions to link the public services of various departments on the basis of their field experience. Good Governance is the top priority of the government. Corrupt officials who are obstacles in the path of good governance will not be tolerated at any cost. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan mentioned that Tourism Festival will be organised in the entire state from October 6 to 25.

He gave instructions to all the District Collectors to hold meeting of District Tourism Promotion Councils in their respective districts and prepare a list of potential tourist places. Conduct tourism activities at one of the place in the guidance of Minister in-Charge., he added.  Mr. Chouhan informed that tourism cabinet will be organized in Sailani of Omkareshwar on October 25. He said that keeping in view the employment, encouragement and development of tourism sector is must. Mr. Chouhan has told all the Collectors to keep the emergency action plans ready keeping in account the drought situation. He mentioned that work to accumulate flowing water should be started from now itself. He further stated that crop harvesting test should be completed on time to derive full benefit of Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme.

Moreover, Mr. Chouhan said that news from some districts regarding difference in insured area and sowed area have been received. He told the Collectors to pay special attention on this and rectify the anomalies so that farmers could get insurance amount without hassles. Delay will not be tolerated in this work. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan reviewed the free distribution of Khasra copy and praised the good work off field officers. He said that redressal of revenue cases has gained pace due to the tireless efforts of the collectors. He said that the remaining formalities should be completed by October 15. Issuing directives for registration of maximum number of farmers under the Mukhya Mantri Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana, the Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan congratulated and praised the police administration and Superintendent of Police of all the districts for maintaining law and order during Devi immersion and Moharram festivals.

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