Ranchi, Aug. 30: Directing all the DCs of the State, Chief Minister Raghubar Das said them to ensure that photos of all the teachers involved in Aadhaar card making should be displayed in schools so that people can know the teachers who are deputed in their schools.
He said that the govt. has come to know that some teachers have hired other teachers on nominal wages to work for them and remain off duty for long time.
This leads to disruption of studies in schools. Payment of those teachers who do not display Aadhaar photo in the schools should be withheld. Even jail prisoners should be connected with Aadhaar card.
The CM said it while discussing complaint of Gopi Krishna Verma with reference to improper condition of studies at upgraded school at Harodih.
The CM directed the Gumla DC to ensure that girls should not be victimized by the brokers. Girls should be provided work opportunity in Gumla and the brokers who entice these girls towards other state should be arrested.
The CM appealed all the girls of the state not to migrate from the state as the govt. is trying to arrange work opportunity for them. He appealed Lalo Kumari to reveal the names of people involved with such activities. He also directed Gumla police to arrest those people whom Lalo Kumari has accused in her F.I.R.
Chatra camp resident Roshan Kumar said that Ratan Kumar Jaiswal was murdered but neither any dependent was given compensation job nor any compensation amount. The senior officers told the CM that people who are killed in criminal accidents are not given any compensation amount but very soon, a dependent will be given job.
The CM directed to Bhola Shankar Agrawal of Lukainya village to see the Bokaro DC regarding his land litigation.
Regarding not paying the dependents benefits after death of BHALCO clerk Vipta Ram in 1997, Water Resource Principal Secretary Sukhdeo Singh said that the matter is related with Bihar and he is trying to resolve the problem through coordination with Bihar officials.
Seeing the bad economic condition of widow of Vipta Ram, the CM gave Chinta Devi, wife of late Vipta Ram, Rs. 1 lac rupees.
Regarding death of Uttam Kumar in NIC Jamshedpur, Uttam’s father tried to convince the CM that his son has been murdered. The CM directed SP Saraikela-Kharsawan to go on the spot and probe the matter from a new angle. The CM also assured him to recommend a higher investigation if required.
Regarding illegitimate withdrawal of Rs. 12 lac by Mukhiya Gulzar Begum and panchayat sevak in context of Rs. 15 lac 96 thousand road construction at Sobhapur, the CM rebuked the officers as why action was not taken on the accused even after F.I.R. being lodged. He ordered them to arrest the accused at the earliest.
Sanjay Rajak of Barhi Panch-Mahadev, Hazaribag told the CM that land from mauja 56 was acquired by DVC and later a few plots were returned to the raiyats. But when the raiyats went to get receipt of their land, it was not given by the C.O. The CM asked the officers in this regard.
He was reported that after implementation of the new rule which will take one month, the matter will be simplified. The CM said that even on rayyat land, ponds should be dug instead of leveling it.
Apart from this, the CM patiently heard the complaints of Subhas Kr. Gupta (Ramgarh), Gorakh Nath Paswan (Sahibganj), Ajit Kr. Singh (Deoghar), Vishwanath Prasad (Hazaribag), Dip Narayan Tiwari (Pakur) and Akshay Kr. Singh (Palamu) and sorted them out.