Haryana

GOOD GOVERENANCE: ORDER TO REGISTGERED FIVE FIRs

January 21, 2021 09:35 PM

Chandigarh,(Face2News)

Taking cognisance of the complaints on the CM Window, Project Director of the Chief Minister's Good Governance Associate Programme, Dr. Rakesh Gupta directed the officers to register five FIRs in cases pertaining to negligence in resolving the complaints on the CM Window.

Dr. Rakesh Gupta was addressing a review meeting of complaints received on the CM window and Social Media Grievances Tracker at Haryana Niwas here today. Chief Minister's OSD Mr. Bhupeshwar Dayal was also present on the occasion.

In a complaint pertaining to Bahadurgarh district, instructions were given to register an FIR against an officer of the Urban Local Bodies Department for withdrawing Rs 88 lakh from a bank account. In another complaint of Haryana Agro Industries Corporation (HAIC), directions were given to register FIR against four persons regarding disappearance of 50,000 jute bags. Furthermore instructions were given to fix the accountability of the officer regarding delay in action in this case of 2012.

Besides this, instructions were given to register an FIR in case regarding irregularities in the disbursement of loan amounting to the tune of Rs 74 crore by HARCO Bank, Fatehabad. In another case regarding irregularities in the sale and purchase of agricultural equipments in Sirsa, the officers of the Agriculture Department were asked to submit details of the case at the next meeting, while directing them to register an FIR. In a case of embezzlement, instructions were given to register an FIR against ETO, V.K. Shastri who went missing with the case file and officers have been asked to take necessary action.

Also, a show cause notice has been issued to four officers, including the Secretary (HSVP) for their careless attitude towards handling the complaints received on the CM Window.

In another case regarding submitting wrong bills in collusion with a Dabwali-based private company instructions were given to take disciplinary action against the then SMO Kulwinder Kaur, Community Health Centre, Chautala.

In a case pertaining to unauthorized encroachment of forest land in Kalka and Yamunanagar instructions were given to fix the accountability of the officers for delay in taking action and the officers were also directed to get the land vacated. The Revenue Department was asked to fix the accountability of the officers in a case pertaining to encroachment of government land in Faridabad.

 
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