There should be no laxity in sensitivity: CM

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the state government has no dearth of resources, therefore, there should no lack in sensitivity. He said that administrative systems get live and effectiveness only through sensitivity. Today in two-day conference of commissioners and collectors and CEOs, Chouhan said that execution on state government’s majority of the scheme demands human approach along with administrative efficiency. He asked district collectors that as they move forward to help people and approach to serve, entire administrative will be active and efficient.

The Chief Minister reviewed possible difficulties coming in execution of different government schemes at ground level. He appreciated districts performing excellent on criteria for review of schemes and asked districts performing bad, to improve, understanding their problems.

The Chief Minister asked collectors to improve in service delivery system and make the system transparent and accountable. Take action against officers not fulfilling duty and appreciate staff for good work. He said programmes and schemes of the government’s priority will be mentioned in CR of officers.

Chouhan reviewed department-wise schemes. He instructed to carry out wide campaign for registration of labourers to provide benefits under different schemes. He also instructed to achieve target of open defecation free (ODF) cities by March 31. All ministers and senior administrative officers were present in the conference.

Reviewing different programmes and schemes related with urban administration, Chouhan instructed to make delivery of citizen centric services better and said, applications received under Public Service Guarantee Act must be resolved cent per cent. Prepare to achieve target of construction of five lakh houses in urban areas in next two years. Instructions were issued to provide facilities to poor under different schemes of poor welfare under Nagaroday Abhiyan. Priority should be set to provide residential patta in cities. Form scheme to give e-rickshaw to hand cart puller and rickshaw drivers. It was informed that preparations are being made for sanitation survey to be held in January in all urban bodies. Urban residential schemes of Rs 5584 crore have been sanctioned in the state. Total 551 wards have been declared open defecation free in urban bodies in the state.

Chouhan said that priority should be given to make villages open defecation free. District in-charge ministers will regularly review it. He said that it should be ensured to provide second installment to beneficiaries under Rural Housing Scheme. Delay in wage payment to labourers under MANREGA won’t be tolerated. Instructions were issued to make effective monitoring for Mukhyamantri Mazdoor Suraksha Yojana, and launch drive for registration of labourers in the schemes. It was informed that 9.73 lakh rural houses were constructed in last five years.

The Chief Minister instructed that in-charge ministers and commissioners will carry out surprise check in redressal of revenue cases. Instructions were issued to launch drive for mentioning maps in property division cases, and resolve pending cases in revenue court within time limit. It was informed that non-disputed name transfer cases had been redressed in 35 districts. Power of naib tehsildars has been transferred to revenue inspectors for speeding up redressal of revenue cases.