CM directed the deputy commissioners to ensure that every farmer get s compensation by April 30, 2015 for the damages caused to his crops 28-03-2015
Chandigarh, March 28-–The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has directed the deputy commissioners to ensure that every farmer get scompensation by April 30, 2015 for the damages caused to his crops due to the recent unseasonal rains and hailstorms hitting several parts of the state. The Chief Minister was presiding over a review meeting with DCs and Principal Secretaries of various departments organized at Haryana Niwas here late last evening, for implementation of various schemes being run in the state. He directed the DCs and other officers to meet people from 11 am to 12 noon everyday in an open hall, not in their office rooms. They were also told to ensure timely disposal of the complaints received at CM Window and review them regularly. If any complaint is received against any employee, it should not be sent to him for investigation. The officers have also been directed to review thearrangements made for flood control in their respective districts. The officers were told to be punctual. Biometric attendance system would be started in a phased manner in some offices of the state government from May 1, he said. Mr Manohar Lal directed the DCs to encourage people to pay their electricity bills so that 24-hour power could be supplied to such villages or panchayats as paid their bills on time and brought down the line losses by 20 per cent. He said that on the basis of the ‘Adarsh Gram Yojana’, list of such persons should be prepared under self-propelled ideal scheme as want to extend help in the development of their village. If the number of efficient people increases in a village, another village could be allotted to them. This is not compulsory that they can ensure their participation by contributing money only, but they could also participate through other programmes like ‘Swachhta Abhiyan’. DCs were told to ensure that at least four meetings of Gram Sabha are organized in one year and every village meeting has an agenda to ensure people’s participation. Apart from this, Member of Parliament, MLA and officer-bearers and members of Block Samitis should also be invited for such meetings. The Chief Minister said that for proper implementation of various schemes of the state and the Central Government, and to provide better services to the people, Modern Management System should be started so that people would not have to wait in long queues.