CM orders DDPI's transfer

CM orders DDPI's transfer

Action to be taken against govt officials who fail to deliver duty efficiently

CM orders DDPI's transfer

He was addressing the review meeting on Sunday at DC office and DDPI Mantelingachar remained absent for the meeting. During the meeting, MLA and ZP President too complained about the manner in which Mantelingachar has been functioning. Taking all these points into consideration, the CM ordered that Mantelingachar should be transferred at the earliest.

Addressing the reporters, the CM said that emphasis should be given on maintaining the quality of the school buildings being constructed under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan scheme and steps will be taken to provide electricity connection to all the schools in the State.

“The 110 year old building will be pulled down and a new building with 6 classrooms will be constructed on the same land,” he said and added that 95 per cent sowing works in the region has been completed and there is shortage of 12,000 ton of fertilisers including 7,000 ton of urea. Direction has been given to provide the required quantity of fertiliser,” the CM said.

Unhappy with NREGS
The CM said that so far Rs 9.5 crore has been spent under National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme but he is unhappy with the progress. “Disciplinary action will be taken against Gram Panchayat Secretaries who neglect implementation of NREGS,” he said. Responding to this, Deputy Commissioner promised to provide more emphasis on successful implementation of NREGS.

Ration cards
A total of 1,75,237 ration cards have been distributed in the district of which 13,517 cards have been taken back as they were taken illegally. The DC said that Food and Civil Supplies Department has been taking steps to cross varify the details collected during issue of the cards and criminal case will be filed against those who have got cards by giving false details. Action will also be taken against the fair price shops, which help the people to get cards illegally.

Officials beware
The CM said that government officials to be active and do their work promptly. He said that action will be taken against officials who fail to perform their duties efficiently and he called upon the general public to inform the district administration about such officials.
The DC said that government officials will have to be in their workplace during working hours.

He said that government is contemplating to form a Task Force of social works to maintain the work quality of government employees. Some sincere social workers will be identified and taken into the Task Force, which will have the responsibility of submitting confidential report on the work quality of government employees and projects.

IG Road extension
CM has okayed the proposal for extension of IG road from Bolarameshwara temple to Basavanahalli lake at a cost of Rs 8.5 crore. He assured to start the work at the earliest.