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Carelessness in programmes related with people will not be tolerated

  • Senior officers of Government along with local officers will be punished if any shortcoming detected in development works during my surprise inspections.
  • Ensure effective implementation of skill development programme

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms. Mayawati ji said that during the next month’s surprise inspections of the development works and services being provided by the State Government, senior officers along with local officers would also be punished if any shortcoming was detected. She said that any
carelessness in the programmes related with people would not be tolerated at any cost.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that the senior officers of the Government had been directed earlier to conduct at least inspections every month by visiting field. She said that the officers of the Government had been instructed that if any shortcoming in the development works was detected during the inspection, then
the same should be removed and punitive action should be taken against the erring officers/employees, so that the government schemes were implemented in a qualitative manner at local level.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji gave these directives when the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh and Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta apprised her of the inferences of the high level meeting held at the Yojana Bhawan with all the Principal Secretaries/Secretaries and HODs. The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed that the senior officers of the Government should ensure immediate solution of the problems reported by the DMs and Divisional Commissioners. She directed the senior officers of the Government to initiate the process for filling the posts of various departments lying vacant at tehsil and district level and alternative arrangements should be made till the recruitment is made so that the works of these departments did not suffer.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji, while reviewing the department-wise release/spending of the budget, directed the officers that if some departments were unable to use the budget allocated for them, then they should return the amount so that the same could be used elsewhere for important works. Besides, the causes for the return of the money should also be examined seriously and stringent action should be taken against the guilty officers. She said that after February 28, 2011 no additional amount would be released for any department for this financial year at any cost.

Reviewing the position of Centre’s share to be received under various schemes, Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed that the senior officers of those departments, which had not received their requisite amount from the Government of India so far, should contact the related ministry of the same to get the amount released by 31 January 2011 so that the people were not deprived of their rights. Specially mentioning the backward classes’ welfare, she said that the Government of India had not been releasing the amount to be given under the schemes being conducted for the backward classes for past few years. She directed the Principal
Secretary Backward Class Welfare that he should apprise the Government of India of all the facts and make extra efforts to get the amount released allocated under these schemes. The Hon’ble Chief Minister while reviewing the various welfare schemes directed the officers that bank accounts of the selected beneficiaries of Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Gharib Arthik Madad Yojna should be opened soon. She said that
senior officers should be sent to districts for the selection of beneficiaries and opening of beneficiaries’ accounts should be verified. Reviewing the various development works under Bundelkhand package, she said that dairy development work should be encouraged. She directed the officers to start blast-well scheme in Bundelkhand areas and said that plateau areas should also be covered by this scheme.

Reviewing the damaged roads and other basic resources in flood affected districts, the Hon’ble Chief Minister said that though Central Government had not given any special relief amount, but the money released by the State Government should be utilised and the works related to relief and rehabilitation should be completed soon. She also directed the senior officers to make inspection of the works being done in this regard.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that skill development scheme should be implemented in effective manner for the unemployed youth of the state. She said that the institutions giving training under this scheme so far, should be scrutinised and they should be removed from the work of imparting training, if they were not found working satisfactorily and training works should be allotted to other agencies. Reviewing the works of
agriculture departments, she said that foundation seeds should be grown at government agriculture farms. She directed the Principal Secretary Agriculture to present the report to the government after detailed discussions on “Agriculture and Agriculture Reforms”, so that action could be taken to increase agriculture
production.

Reviewing the various education projects, she directed the officers that construction of 1126 Upper Primary Schools should be completed soon. Besides, she directed them to run Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, Mid-Day Meal, Secondary Education campaign, Uniform, right to education etc. schemes in qualitative manner. Reviewing the various schemes of Medical, Health and Family Welfare and Medical Education Department, she said that 90 new community health centres had been completed. Para-medical staff and doctors should be arranged soon, so that people could get benefit of these centres. She said that Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Sachal Aspatal Yojna launched on 15 January, 2011 should be implemented with full honesty and commitment to make medical facilities available in far-flung areas.

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