Jagdalpur: After reaching Madarkonta village in remote Vananchal, the collector investigated the ground Reality of the development work
Instructions given for making caste certificate and resolving problems related to drinking water immediately
Jagdalpur, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Friday, 23 October 2020:
Collector Shri Rajat Bansal, along with the top officials of the district, arrived in the tribal dominated and remote Vananchal village of Madarkonta in Darbha development block on October 23 to investigate the development of development work. So that the people of the last line of society can get the benefit of public welfare schemes of the government. During this, he discussed with the villagers and inquired about their demands and problems. On the demand of the villagers, he instructed the school children to immediately solve the problem of drinking caste problems and problems related to drinking water. Apart from this, he also instructed to take immediate action for the construction of the access road from village panchayat headquarters to village Madarkanta and to solve other problems. Seeing the head of the district in his village along with the top officials of the district, the villagers were quite happy. During this period, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Indrajit Chandrawal, SDM Shri Praveen Verma, Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat besides local public representatives and officer-employees were present.
The Collector took a departmental information regarding the implementation of the schemes and their problems by placing a Jan Chaupal in the middle of the village and discussing with the villagers. He asked the people's representatives and villagers to work together to overcome the problem of malnutrition. Giving information about the ill effects of malnutrition, Mr. Bansal described it as the biggest obstacle in the development of a person. He also directed to send all malnourished children compulsorily to NRC. Under the works of Education Department, information was also received about the activities of Mohalla class being done for school children during the Corona period. Apart from this, instructions were also given to officials of Education Department to include all school children in 8th standard in the open examination of class 10. During Jan Chaupal, the Collector discussed with the villagers about the works of Agriculture, Health, Women and Child Development Department, Public Health Engineering, Horticulture and other departments. Shri Bansal instructed the field staff of the department to make a plan in the village of Madarkonta on October 24 to benefit the villagers and farmers with the forest rights letter and welfare scheme of the agriculture and horticulture department. During this, the Collector listened with full sensitivity to the demands and problems of the villagers and instructed the officers present on the spot to take prompt action to resolve them.