CM Trivendra Singh Rawat to listen to public grievances every week
DEHRADUN. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat has announced that he would be meeting general public every week to listen to their grievances and problems so that these are redressed on the spot. As part of the programme, Chief Minister met the local population at village Majjri Grant, Doiwala in Dehradun on Sunday. He listen to the problems and instructed the officials to solve the public grievances on the spot. A large number of people attended the programme.
He instructed government officials to work tirelessly to address grievances of the residents of state. He told them to ensure that problems of villages should be solved at the Additional District Magistrate level, so that villagers need not rush to the office of the Chief Minister for their petty grievances.
The Chief Minister instructed the officials that if they are unable to solve the public grievances at their level, the complainant should be informed in writing. He spoke on the need of supplying irrigation water, and implementation of government beneficiary schemes without harming agricultural field.
He also gave instructions that the problems particularly related to potable water, irrigation and road should be expeditiously solved without disturbing the farmers. The Chief Minister announced that the funds have been sanctioned for the construction of Chandi bridge, and 10 tubewells in the area. According to him, work has started to construct Suryadhar lake for overcoming the problem of potable and irrigation water in the region. He said 43villages would get gravity water, and would be helpful to save Rs seven crore of electricity used in running tubewells and water would also be available for irrigation. He said shortage of potable water would be overcome till 2051.
He said state government is committed to launch long term beneficiary projects across the state. Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat said that construction work is on to construct Song dam to ensure better water supply through gravity in Dehradun district. The Song dam project would also be helpful in saving electricity worth Rs 100 crore, he added.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology would be set up in Doiwala area. He announced that National Institute of Fashion Ttechnology (NIFT) would also start functioning from Rani Pokhri area soon. He further said that Coast Guard recruitment centre, ITBP training centre would be opened soon in the state that would bring opportunities for youth to join these forces.
Chief Minister Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat said that besides starting science faculty at Doiwala Degree college, 50 master trainers would be trained in making 45 types of LED products at a Training centre at Thano. A similar training centre for LED lighting products would be started at Kotbagh in Kumoan region soon.
He said that with an aim to utilise local resources in a better way, 50 Growth centres are being set up in the state and plans are afoot to start such growth centres in 670 ‘Nayaya panchayats’. He said these growth cenrtres would be hubs of not only providing employment opportunities but new townships would also develop around them.
The Chief Minister said that women would also be trained in preparing readymade garments. To ameliorate the economic condition of women, the state with the help of women self –help groups have started preparing ‘Prasad’ through them in 625 temples of the state. He assured the people that their grievances would be addressed on priority basis. He said that a stadium would be constructed at Doiwala subject to availability of land near Milan Kendra.
On the occasion, Arun Sood demanded a stadium and new sports policy, Sandeep Negi asked for new bus stop at Lal Tappar, Virender Dutt Khanduri and Harish Gusain raised the issue of replacement of old pipelines and problems related with forest areas and Ram Chander pointed towards the problems of conversion of forest lands in revenue lands and damage by wild animals to farmers. Other people also took up their problems with the Chief Minister.
Chief Development officer, Dehradun Mr. G.S.Rawat, BJP district president Mr. Shamsher Singh,BJP leader Mr. Sandeep Saini, Majra Grant Gram Pradhan Mrs. Kiran Pal, Jeewanwala Gram Pradhan Mr. Sunder Dass, Former gram Pradhan Majri grant Mr. Rajkumar, District level officers and large number of local people and public representatives were present on the occasion.