• Oct 17, 2019 |

Skill Development & Industrial Training Department, Haryana

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  • CM directed the Administrative Secretaries and Head of Departments to conduct regular monitoring of grievances received on CM Window. 16-11-2015

    • Chandigarh, November 16 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal today directed the Administrative Secretaries and Head of Departments to conduct regular monitoring of grievances received on CM Window especially the undue delay cases so as to ensure their speedy disposal and to enhance the satisfaction level of complainant.
    • The Chief Minister gave these directions in a meeting to review the progress of grievances received on CM Window, CM announcements and Aaadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance system held with Administrative Secretaries and HoDs here today.
    • He said that it should be the responsibility of senior officers to clear the oldest pendency of grievances in their departments concerned. “You should randomly examine and verify complaints received and action taken thereon,” he said. He directed that complaints pending for more than three months would be reviewed by Administrative Secretaries concerned. He said that immediate action should be taken after the receipt of complaint. In addition, instant action should also be taken against those found guilty.
    • The Chief Minister also directed the officers to decentralise the disposal mechanism of grievances received in big departments to avoid unnecessary delay. It was informed in the meeting that over 1.16 lakh complaints have been received on CM window since its launch on December 25, 2014.
    • While reviewing the progress of CM announcements, the Chief Minister said that all announcements made by him should be implemented on priority basis. The departments should consult with Deputy Commissioners before any scheme or project is to be announced. Apart from this, where job is being carried out simultaneously by two or more departments, one should be made nodal as this would help in getting quick information about pendency level. Arbitrary conduct of any officer or official would not be tolerated, he added.  
    • The announcements that were pending up to April 30, 2015 were taken up for review in the meeting. The Chief Minister reviewed the progress of announcements pertaining to departments of Medical Education, Public Works Department, Urban Local Bodies, Revenue, Development and Panchayat, Transport, Education, State Agricultural Marketing Board etc. He directed that in case of any announcement involving transfer of land, the file should be sent to Chief Minister Office. 
    • While reviewing the progress of Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance system, Mr. Manohar Lal said that the State government intends to create a better working culture in all its departments. He directed the officers to prepare and launch an incentivisation scheme in their department so that employees could be encouraged towards speedy implementation of welfare schemes and programmes.  He also directed them to find out the mechanism for getting the information about tampering with biometric attendance machines. He said that State government is framing a transfer policy under which good employees would be rewarded.
    • Chief Secretary Mr. D.S. Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. R.K. Khullar, Additional Principal Secretary Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Director General of Police Mr. Yash Pal Singal, all Administrative Secretaries, Heads of Departments and other senior officers were also present in the meeting.