Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister presided over the ‘Prashasan Janta Ke Dwar’ Programme organized at Nadaun in district Hamirpur today. 131 people registered their applications before presentation to the Chief Minister for disposal out of which majority were disposed off on the spot while remaining were directed to concerned authorities for speedy disposal. He directed the officers to accord high priority to the grievances of the people and fix a time frame for the disposal of the same. Large number of other complainants also presented their applications urging Chief Minister for remedial steps on priority. He assured the people that all their grievances would be addressed top priority and desired relief delivered to them within minimum period of time.
Chief Minister said that it was common man’s government in the State who were the focal point of all the policies and programmes envisioned from time to time for the speedy development and socio-economic upliftment of the down trodden. He appealed people to take benefit of various policies and programmes envisioned for their upliftment. He said that development was being carried at an accelerated pace uniformally and in a balanced manner. He said that funds were no constraint in carrying out developmental activities while special attention was being paid towards the areas which had remained behind in terms of developmental benefits.
Chief Minister sanctioned Rs. 13.35 lakh which include Rs. 5.30 lakh for construction of GPS building at Naryah; Rs. 3.90 lakh for construction of Sarai Bhawan and rain shelter at Awahdevi bazaar; Rs. 3.00 lakh for construction of GPS building at Charian Di Dhar; Rs. 3.00 lakh for construction of Community Bhawan near Shiv Temple in village Gagehari in Gram Panchayat Panjot; Rs. 2 lakh for construction of Community Hall at Gram Panchayat, Bara; Rs. 1.5 lakh for construction of GPS Badoi building; Rs. 1.5 lakh for construction of Mahila Mandal Bhawan at Mansai; Rs. 1.00 lakh for construction of rain shelter in the crematorium in village Amman in gram panchayat Amman; Rs. 1.00 lakh for Mahila Mandal Bhawan, Nugran; Rs. 75,000 for construction of rain shelter in village Parnali in gram panchayat Uhal; Rs. 50,000 for Yuvak Mandal, Lower Kashmir; Rs. 50,000 for Basket Ball field of Yuvak Mandal, Gauna; Rs. 50,000 for boundary wall of gram panchayat Sareri; Rs. 50,000 for construction of shed at crematorium at Kuthiana;
Shri Rajender Singh, DC, Hamirpur, apprised CM of the status of the various schemes under implementation in the district and also updated him about the status of the complaints being presented by the people.
Shri Pankaj Rai, SDM, conducted the proceedings of the programme.
Shri Ishwar Dass Dhiman, Education Minister, Shri Ravinder Ravi, IPH Minister, Shri Ramesh Dhwala, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister, Dr. Rajiv Bindal, Health Minister, Shri Baldev Sharma, MLA, Shri Kripal Parmar, former MP, Shri Pyare Lal Sharma, Chairman, APMC, Shri M.C.Parmar, CMD, Ex-Servicemen Welfare Corporation, Shri R.S.Mankotia, Chairman, Kangra Central Cooperative Bank, Shri Narender Atri, President, State BJYM, Smt. Sarla Sharma, Chairperson, Zila Parishad, Hamirpur, Shri Des Raj Sharma, President, District Hamirpur BJP, Smt. Maya Sharma, President, Mahila Morcha, Shri Raj Kumar, President, Nadaun BJP Mandal, Smt. Varsha Sharma, Chairperson, Panchayat Samiti, Nadaun, Shri Vijay Agnihotri, Vice President, District Hamirpur BJP, other prominent people of the area and senior officers of the different departments were present on the occasion.