Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directs officers to take immediate action on feedback received from in-charge officers of three zones, directs to solve problems cited by them
Pre-10th scholarship of old students of SC/ST should be transferred in their accounts by 31 August and that of new students should be transferred by 30 October
The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Mayawati ji, has directed the officers to carry out rescue and relief works in flood affected areas on war footing and provide all possible help to the affected people at the earliest. She directed the officers of flood affected districts to keep an eye on the flood situation continuously. She had taken decision to conduct tour of the entire state after August 15, but owing to bad weather and rainy conditions the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji would now conduct her tour at the end of September. She directed the senior ministers to go to the flood affected districts to ensure effective implementation of rescue and relief works.
It may be recalled that the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh and Chief Secretary Mr. Anoop Mishra had requested the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji to postpone her state tour considering flood situation in some parts of the state. The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the officers to strengthen the law and order of the state and accelerate the pace of development. She asked the officers to ensure effective implementation of public welfare programmes so that people could be benefited by them. She directed officers to take immediate action on feedback received from in-charge officers of three zones and asked them to solve problems cited by them as well. She warned that action against criminals, antisocial elements and mafias should continue.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji gave these directives when the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh and Chief Secretary Mr. Anoop Mishra apprised her of the inferences of the meeting held at the Tilak Hall today to review law and order and progress of development works. The meeting was attended by all the DMs, SSPs, IGs/DIGs and other senior officers of police department.
Ms. Mayawati ji said that the policy related difficulties being faced in declaring the barracks useless and also in other matter of the police department, should be removed immediately so that there was no delay in taking decisions and performing other duties. Directing officers to ensure proper maintenance of existing barracks and provide all necessary facilities to PAC Jawans residing there, she said that new barracks and government residences should be constructed and existing ones should be repaired and necessary amount should be released for it immediately.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the police and administrative officers to co-ordinate with each other. She asked them to remain cautious in the wake of Ramzan and coming festivals. She asked the DMs and district level officers of police to review the functioning of chowki and thana in-charges. She directed that elements trying to vitiate the social harmony should be identified and monitored and action should be taken against them if needed.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the division and district level senior officers to maintain continuous interaction with their juniors and solve their problems at the earliest. She directed the officers to maintain tehsil divas and thana divas registers and prepare a format for registering complaints and their disposal should also be mentioned in it.
Ms. Mayawati ji directed the officers to ensure that CC roads were constructed in dalit dominated villages/majras selected under Dr. Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas Yojana on priority basis. She asked the officers to ensure that the construction of CC roads was initiated at all costs in the villages having most SC/ST population. Besides, she directed them to accord top priority to the construction of link roads and community centres. She further asked them to complete the ongoing construction of community centres of the year 2009-10, 2010-11 at the earliest. Besides, she directed them to credit the amount payable to the beneficiaries under the U.P. Mukhaymantri Mahamaya Gharib Arthik Madad Yojana in their accounts at the earliest. She said that the districts which had not received amount under this scheme so far, should be provided the amount today itself.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the officers to verify whether the amount payable to the beneficiaries of old age pension scheme had been credited in their accounts. She asked all the DMs to conduct random checking of it and inform the beneficiary that the amount had been credited in their respective accounts so that they were not made to run from here to there. She asked the officers to ensure that the pre-10th scholarship of old students of SC/ST was transferred in their accounts by 31 August and that of new students was transferred by 30 October. She further asked them to ensure that the post-10th students were also distributed scholarship amount. She said that any laxity in it would not be tolerated.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the concerning departments and working agencies to fulfil the fixed targets soon by completing their departmental works under Bundelkhand package. She also directed the officers to do special efforts for releasing the amount allotted under centrally sponsored schemes related to concerning departments. She also directed the officers to implement all externally aided projects in a time bound and qualitative manner.
Reviewing relief and rescue works in flood affected areas, the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that all essential facilities should be made available for the people on priority basis. She said owing to the possibility of spreading infectious diseases in flood affected areas, effective arrangements should be made to check these diseases timely. She said that besides providing medical facilities,
immunisation of cattle should also be done in flood affected areas. She directed the officers to make arrangements for sanitation and proper drainage system to remove water-logging problem in urban areas. She directed the Urban Development Department to purchase bitumen directly from Mathura Refinery.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the officers to ensure the availability of doctors and medicines at primary and community health centres in rural areas. She said that the numbers of operations per surgeon and patients per doctor at O.P.D. had improved considerably, but it could be improved more. She said that medical facilities should be provided to the people and skilful staff should be recruited to operate medical instruments in hospitals, so that people could get the benefit.
Reviewing the progress of higher, secondary and basic eduction, the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that quality education should be imparted to the students. She directed the officers to ensure the arrangements to provide textbooks free of cost to the children studying in primary schools. She said that untrained Shiksha Mitras should be imparted training through long distance education and any slackness in this regard would not be tolerated. She said that Savitribai Phule Balika Shiksha Madad Yojana should also be implemented for the girls studying in Madarsas in a speedy manner. She also directed the officers to provide the benefit of Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Garib Arthik Madad Yojana, Mahamaya Garib Balika Ashirwad Yojana, different pensions and scholarships to eligible beneficiaries timely. She said that Janhit Guarantee Law should be implemented in order to benefit the common-man.
Directing the officers to get C.C. roads and drains constructed in the villages selected under Dr. Ambedkar Gram Sabha Development Scheme, the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that these villages should be saturated with all the programmes. She said that surprise checking should be made by the senior officers to monitor the tree plantation programme.