Gwalior News: Now you will not have to wander to get birth-death certificate, good initiative of the administration

“Chief Minister’s Public Service Campaign-Second Phase” has started in Madhya Pradesh from today, it will run from May 10 to May 31, like the entire state, camps are being organized in urban bodies and gram panchayats in Gwalior district as part of the campaign. In these camps, the people of the district will get the benefit of 67 schemes, in addition to this, the Gwalior district administration has given the facility of making birth and death certificates in the camps.

Collector Akshay Kumar Singh inspected the camps
Collector Akshay Kumar Singh took stock of the camps set up at the Gram Panchayat Talpura of district panchayat Ghatigaon and the zone office located at Amkho in Gwalior city on the first day of Chief Minister’s public service campaign-second phase i.e. on Wednesday. During this, he saw the registers kept for registering the applications received in the camp. He directed the concerned officers to provide services to the general public through these camps without any difficulty as per the intention of the government. He said that during the campaign, the work of removing the words ‘bewa’ and ‘minor’ from the land records should be done on a priority basis.

Get application for making birth and death certificate by going door to door
The Collector said that people have to wander to get birth and death certificates made, but the administration has decided that birth and death certificates will be made in these camps, so contact door-to-door and get applications for making birth and death certificates. Efforts should be such that no person has to wander again and again for his work.

Read the complaints of CM Helpline like B-1
Collector Akshay Kumar Singh also directed that Chief Minister should read the complaints of CM Helpline like measles and B-1 in the camps being organized under Jan Seva Abhiyan – Phase II. Along with this, it should also be resolved in front of everyone. He also instructed to provide copies of Khasra-Khatauni and B-1 in these camps.

call sisters for dbt
The Collector closely inspected the DBT work being done under the Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana by reaching the Union Bank of Saujana village on Wednesday. He instructed that this work should be done with full seriousness and sensitivity. Women should also be called over telephone for DBT. Mr. Singh instructed Gram Panchayat Secretary, Village Assistant, Anganwadi worker and Sahayika along with other field officers to call women for DBT by contacting them door to door.