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Collector Jan Chaupal program acquired 35 purposes – Lok

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Collector Mr. Doman Singh stated that the issues of most people needs to be solved with none problem and they need to get the good thing about the schemes, providers and packages of the federal government, that is the achievement of the administration. He instructed the departmental officers within the Jan Chaupal program that whereas displaying sympathy with most people, together with listening sympathetically to the issues of most people, guarantee well timed redressal. In the Jan Choupal program, the Collector together with the departmental officers acquired purposes from the residents who attended the Jan Choupal program together with listening to their issues. Today 35 purposes have been acquired within the Jan Chaupal programme. Action is being taken to ship all of the purposes acquired to the involved departments after taking acceptable motion.
In the Jan Chaupal program at present, Mr. SK Chandravanshi, a citizen of the ward gave purposes relating to the issue of consuming water in Shiv Mandir Gali close to New Sai Krupa Hospital, Ashirwad Colony of Kaurinbhata, Ward No. 44, Rajnandgaon. While giving the applying, he stated that there’s very much less water provide each within the morning and night shifts. Due to this the residents of the ward are dealing with issues. He has given an utility to eliminate the consuming water downside. Similarly, Ganeshram Verma, resident of Dongargaon, Nathunwagaon improvement block, complained of encroachment on the non-public land owned by him. They demanded to get the possession of their land. Similarly, Rekha Yadav, a resident of Ward No. 40 of Rajnandgaon, has despatched an utility for the advantages of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, whereas Budasan of Dhaurabhata has despatched an utility for the advantages of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. Similarly Chuniya Bai of Harnai Kalkasa demanded compassionate appointment after the loss of life of her trainer husband. The applicant instructed that her husband was posted as assistant trainer in Mohla. Who has died on 1 June 2016. After the loss of life of her husband, retaining in view the difficulties confronted by her within the upbringing of her household, she has demanded to be given a compassionate appointment. Similarly, Mathura Bai, a resident of Tutipar village from Rajnandgaon, has given an utility relating to the correction of the map of her land.