'Issue certificates on time'

MLA Amaresh takes to task various officials at taluk review meet


MLA Amaresh instructed the officials concerned, to distribute the caste and income certificates to the students in time.

He was presiding over a meeting of the taluk development review meeting held at the Traveller’s Bungalow, in Mulbagal on Tuesday.

MLA Amaresh also instructed the officials concerned to immediately conduct a survey of the cemetery in Muthyalpete, which had been illegally occupied by some private parties.

He advised the block education officer to provide information with regards to the teachers, who had forgotten their teaching profession and were more involved in chit fund affairs and also, as office-bearers of the various private associations and organisations in the taluk.

Fees and donation

He further warned the BEO to take stringent measures against such schools in the taluk, which were seeking more fees and donations from parents, claiming that they were English medium schools, though they had taken permission to run Kannada medium schools.

Speaking about the implementation of Akshara Dasoha scheme in the various schools, he said, he had received several complaints from various schools in the taluk, with regards to inefficient supply of grocery, gas cylinder, etc, to the schools. He advised the Akshara Dasoha officials to take suitable action in this regard.

The MLA also advised the Food officials to ensure that the foodgrains should be properly distributed at all the fair price shops and also at fixed prices.

The MLA explained that the Government sanctioned crores of rupees in the form of grants to the Department of Social Welfare. But of late, this amount was being misused in the taluk. If he came to know of any persons involved in the irregularities, then action will be taken against the erring persons, he warned.

Defunct transformers

The Bescom officials were told to repair the electric transformers located in the various rural areas, which had become defunct. Amaresh expressed his anger against taluk panchayat officer Sanjappanavar, over the usage of more number of machines in the projects implemented in several parts of the taluk, under the Employment Guarantee Scheme.

He instructed the officials concerned to issue notices to the deputy registrar and the APMC secretary who had remained absent in the taluk development review meeting.

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