Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the work of the people should be done within the time limit without taking anything from them, this is good governance. CM Helpline, Governance One-Day, CM Online are efforts towards ensuring this.
CM Helpline has to be made an effective tool of good governance. In this age of information technology, why should people have to visit government offices for their work? Such a system has to be established so that people’s work is done through phone or online and people feel relieved.
Chief Minister Chouhan was reviewing the development activities, implementation of public welfare schemes and law and order situation in Shajapur district. School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar virtually participated in the review from the residence office at 6:30 am. All the administrative and police officers of the district including Shajapur Collector Dinesh Jain were virtually connected. Chief Minister Chouhan also gave necessary instructions to Principal Secretary Energy Sanjay Dubey and Director General of Police Sudhir Saxena by virtually connecting them.
Chouhan appreciated Shajapur district for being included in the top five districts in resolving the cases registered in the CM Helpline. Chouhan said that Shajapur district should try to become a role model in good governance. An information system should be developed at the district level to get immediate information about development works, public welfare schemes and those who commit corruption at the police station level. Strict action should be taken against the officers and employees against whom there are complaints of corruption or delay in work. Establish a system of providing protection and encouragement by the state government to those who work honestly and diligently.
The Chief Minister reviewed the innovation, drinking water supply status, ration distribution, works of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, health system, operation of Anganwadis, Amrit Sarovar Yojana and law and order situation in the district. Chouhan also received information about the ongoing activities in one district-one product, works carried out to encourage women self-help groups. He said that Anganwadis have to be developed as centres of education, health, sports and culture. Shajapur district should take it as task. Chouhan praised the arrangements made in Shujalpur Hospital.
The Chief Minister said that energy literacy campaign was started from Shajapur district itself. Therefore, to save electricity, Shajapur district should establish a model in the entire state. Collector Shajapur informed that students’ clubs have been formed in all the schools and colleges of the district for saving electricity. Special instructions have been given to the officers and employees to not use unnecessary electricity in government offices. Chouhan said that continuity is necessary in efforts to save electricity, care should be taken that there is no laxity in the campaign.
Chouhan directed to review the reasons for early burning of transformers at the state level after receiving complaints of early burning of transformers due to overload. Chouhan said that the complaints of corruption in changing transformers are serious, for this a transparent system should be established. Principal Secretary Energy Sanjay Dubey informed that the Energy Department has arranged for transformer testing in its own NABL Lab.
This will help in resolving the problem. Along with this, action has been taken against the guilty employees, they are being separated from service.