Ensure presence of Patwaris at headquarters, Officer: Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar
Forest Minister reviews departmental works in Rajnandgaon district
Minister Mohammad Akbar Instructions for transfer of Tehsildars and Naib Tehsildars of Khairagarh and Dongargaon subdivisions on delay in disposal of revenue cases
Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Saturday, 17 October 2020:
In a review meeting held at Rajnandgaon Collectorate Hall on Friday, Minister of Forests Shri Mohammad Akbar expressed deep resentment over the delay in disposal of revenue cases in Khairagarh and Dongargaon subdivisions. He has directed to transfer the Tehsildars and Naib Tehsildars of both these subdivisions. Mr. Akbar is also the minister in charge of Rajnandgaon district. He reviewed the Mineral Institute Trust Fund Governing Council (DMF) and departmental works including prevention of Kovid-19 infection, implementation of preventive measures at Rajnandgaon in the review meeting.
While reviewing the status of disposal of revenue cases, the Forest Minister said that the revenue officers should ensure that Patwari stays in the headquarters. The officers should also continuously inspect the work of the patwaris. There should be uniformity in the appointment of patwaris in all subdivisions. He reviewed the digitization of revenue records in the undisputed mutation, disputed disbursement, undisputed distribution, disputed partition, Bhuiyan software of the Revenue Department. The meeting reviewed the progress of sanctioned works in Naxal-affected areas. On this occasion, under the Corona Security Week, the Corona Protocol was sworn to follow.
Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Indrashah Mandavi, Speaker Other Backward Classes Area Development Authority President and Dongargaon MLA Mr. Daleshwar Sahu, President of Scheduled Castes Area Development Authority and Dongargarh MLA Mr. Bhuneshwar Baghel, Khairagarh MLA Mr. Devvrat Singh, Rajnandgaon Mayor Mrs. Hema Deshmukh, Collector Mr. Topeshwar Verma and Superintendent of Police Shri D. Shravan were also present in the meeting. It was informed in the meeting that DMF currently has an amount of 9 crore rupees, so that work will be done for development in mineral-affected direct and indirect areas. The works of Janpad Panchayat were also reviewed in the meeting.
Minister in-charge Mr. Mohammad Akbar inquired about the arrangements made in the district in connection with measures to prevent Kovid-19 infection. It was informed in the meeting that 4 mobile medical units are operating in the district. In which the team of doctors, lab technicians, pharmacists and nurses are testing the patients of Kovid-19. A war for prevention and prevention from Kovid-19 infection in the district is being conducted against Corona, Chief Minister's Urban Slum Program, Corona Free Village Panchayat and Corona Free Ward Program, Corona Intensive Community Survey Campaign and Corona Safety Week Program. Minister Mohammad Akbar also inquired about Home Isolation. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Mithlesh Chaudhary informed that out of 10 thousand 223 corona positive people in the district, 8682 have been healthy and discharged. There are 1456 active cases in the district. District officials of various departments were present in the meeting.