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- Collector gives 2 days extension to departmental heads of D category in CM helpline, work in rural group water supply scheme slows down
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Collector Anurag Verma has given two days’ time to the wards which have fallen into D category due to poor performance in the grading of CM Helpline, to bring about improvements. He also expressed displeasure over the slow pace of work on the Rural Group Water Supply Scheme.
During the review, the Collector expressed displeasure over the Heads of Departments who slipped from B to C category and could not come out of D category. He said that Satna district is at 10th place in the rating so far. Of the total of 6 thousand 573 ongoing complaints in the month of August, 1 thousand 441 complaints have been reduced to 5 thousand 132 ongoing complaints. Where the percentage of satisfactory resolution is less than other districts. The departments which went B-grade last month are in C-grade while departments of revenue, finance, women and child development, labour, tribal and public works are still in D-grade.
In the departmental review, the Collector said that all D category wards would come to C category within two days and all wards would improve the district’s rating by increasing the percentage of complete dissolution.
In the meeting regarding time constraint issues, Satna Bansagar Rural Group Water Supply Scheme Phase-1 and 2 were reviewed. The Collector expressed his displeasure over the progress of construction of tanks in phase one and the slow progress of the survey in phase two.
In the review of the public distribution system, it was reported that 94 percent of wheat lifting has been done in the month of August. 46 percent of the food grain for the month of September has been sent out. The Collector instructed all the JSOs to distribute food grains for the month of August to the shops in their area. The Collector did a departmental review of the TL cases within the deadline and the cases pending in the Supreme Court.