Chandigarh – Haryana Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal urged the officers to test and evaluate varied developmental tasks/works posted on the Jan Samvad portal every single day. They also needs to take immediate motion to make sure the well timed completion of those tasks by setting particular targets. He highlighted that intensive planning of growth initiatives by officers would considerably profit the individuals of the state. The state authorities is dedicated to addressing and resolving all of the calls for and grievances voiced by residents throughout the Jan Samvad program.
Sh. Manohar Lal was presiding over a gathering to evaluate the progress of varied growth works and schemes of the Development and Panchayat Department right here as we speak. Development and Panchayats Minister, Sh. Devender Singh Babli was additionally current on this event.
During the assembly to evaluate the division’s growth initiatives, Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal highlighted the sooner method of addressing calls for for growth works on an arbitrary foundation. Recognizing this, the present state authorities initiated the Jan Samvad program in April of the earlier yr. The program serves to systematically register and prioritize calls for obtained from the general public, making certain a extra organized and responsive method to implementation. As of now, roughly 70, 000 calls for and grievances associated to growth works have been documented on the Jan Samvad portal. He knowledgeable that every one calls for obtained throughout the ongoing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra Jan Samvad applications can even be uploaded to the portal. Subsequently, related departments will work diligently to expedite the implementation of those works on a precedence foundation. The Development and Panchayats Department holds an important position on this concerted effort, he added.
While emphasizing the effectiveness of the Jan Samvad Portal, Chief Minister Sh Manohar Lal mentioned that it permits real-time entry from Chandigarh to know the particular calls for of every space and establish pending works. This transparency allows the federal government to prioritize and expedite the completion of tasks effectively. He additional assured that there is no such thing as a shortage of funds for rural growth initiatives, expressing the readiness to extend the funds if vital to make sure the well timed execution of those works.
The Chief Minister mentioned that the state authorities will proactively contain college college students, significantly these learning engineering, in expediting small-scale developmental tasks in rural areas. The authorities will interact these college students systematically within the preparation of tough estimates for minor growth works in villages, similar to road building and restore/upkeep, Shivdham repairs, and comparable tasks. This initiative goals to expedite the implementation of growth tasks in response to calls for obtained by means of Jan Samvad. However, all such works will likely be finalized solely by the officers of the involved division.
During the assembly, Additional Chief Secretary Development and Panchayats Department, Sh Anil Malik apprised the Chief Minister on the progress of the initiative and added that discussions relating to the engagement of college college students had already taken place with the Vice Chancellors of three universities and the Haryana State Education Council. The Development and Panchayat Department has collaborated with the appointed officers from the colleges, and a complete two-day coaching program is scheduled for all such college students. This can even a greater internship program for college college students, offering them with beneficial sensible expertise.
During the assembly, Chief Minister additionally performed a complete evaluate of the utilization of grants from each the State Finance Commission and the Central Finance Commission. The Chief Minister additionally assessed the progress of growth works in varied entities, together with Zilla Parishad, Gram Panchayat, and Panchayat Samiti, in addition to tasks associated to Amrit Sarovar and Amrit Plus Sarovar. Subsequently, he supplied vital directions to the officers. In addition, discussions have been held relating to the mapping of growth tasks to make sure efficient planning and execution.
Additional Chief Secretary of Development and Panchayats Department Sh Anil Malik, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. V. Umashankar, Director General of Development and Panchayat Department Sh DK Behera, Director Rural Development Dr JK Abhir, Chief Executive Officers, Zilla Parishad and District Development and Panchayat Officers from all of the districts of the state have been additionally current.