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My main objective is to remove people’s suffering

I am available for public service 24X7: CM Shri Chouhan
Public hearing will start soon
Collectors-Commissioners’ Conference will be held on first Monday of every month

भोपाल : बुधवार, दिसम्बर 9, 2020, 23:14 IST

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that his main objective is to remove the problems of the people of the state. He is available for 24 hours to address the problems of common man. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the essence of my life is that more and more work should be done for the welfare of the people. Collectors should establish good governance by removing problems of common people at district level also. In a discussion with the district and division level officials through video conference in the second phase of the Collectors-Commissioners Conference, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan, said that a public hearing programme will be started soon to remove the problems of the people. Apart from this, a Collectors-Commissioners Conference will be held on the first Monday of every month, for which a dashboard will be made of each district and the state. The next Collectors-Commissioners conference will be held on January 4, 2021. Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains, Director General of Police Shri Vivek Johri and other officials were present in today’s conference.

In a discussion with the collectors and commissioners in the second phase of the conference today, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan issued instructions related to self-help groups, Covid-19, Ek Zila-Ek Utpad, food supply, Ayushman card, campaign for freedom from adulteration, paddy procurement, Swamitva Yojana and cases of voluntary grant. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that officers doing excellent work deserve to be congratulated. Districts lagging behind in achieving the targets of the schemes should increase their efforts. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that he is constantly connected with the public through CM Helpline, Samadhan Online, surprise inspection system etc. In connection with the conference, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that this is an effective tool to remove mismanagement in the system. This is also the mantra for good governance. In today’s conference, information about the action taken in connection with newspaper clippings sent to the collectors from the Chief Minister's office was also obtained. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that news reports of newspapers are a powerful medium to correct the irregularities. If the news is erroneous, then it should be countered by the concerned department. If the news is fact-based, action should be taken against the guilty persons with regard to the mismanagement or complaint.

Self-Help Group

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that self-help groups did the important work of making masks during the Corona period. This also helped to increase the income of the groups. The groups should be informed about the bank linkage, market linkage and knowledge linkage so that they can benefit from them. Documentation of the best practices of the groups should be done. A policy should be made for self-help groups to set up sales outlets in government offices and allot vacant buildings. Portal should be developed soon for selling products to self-help groups. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that loans should be distributed by making a list of self-help groups. Additional Chief Secretary Panchayat and Rural Development Shri Manoj Shrivastava informed that self-help groups have been placed on the JAM portal and Amazon. Uniforms are being prepared for about 60 lakh students up to Class VIII by the groups in 49 districts of the state. A total loan of Rs 604.72 crore has been given. Neemuch, Ratlam and Shahdol are the leading districts. The work of getting electricity bills recovered through self-help group has started in the state.

Swamitva Yojana

A target of 22 thousand 500 villages has been set in 20 districts of the state this year after surveying the rural population in order to give ownership to property holders. Drone survey has been done in six districts of the state. This work will be done in the remaining districts in the next month. In this work, Dindori district of the state is at the forefront, where a population survey of 925 villages has been completed. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan issued instructions to accelerate this work in all districts to achieve the goal of Digital India as per the intention of Prime Minister Shri Modi.

Festivals and Covid-19

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that necessary steps should be taken in view of the possibility of increase in the number of Corona positive cases in winter. All precautions must be taken. Test and arrangements in hospitals must be monitored. Social distancing norms must be followed during fairs and mass programmes during festivals. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that as soon as the vaccine arrives, the work of vaccination will be started category-wise in the districts on priority.Work must be done with total dedication to save people from Corona in Madhya Pradesh. Task Force has been constituted in the districts headed by the Collector. Progress should be reviewed regularly through weekly meetings. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that necessary arrangements should be ensured by inspecting cold chain focal points in the districts. The action plan of Covid vaccination should be executed in such a manner that regular vaccination sessions are not affected. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also instructed to ensure proper arrangements for the health care of infants.

Ek Zila-Ek Utpad Yojana

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Collectors should prepare a plan for branding a particular product in each district of Madhya Pradesh. This work should be completed in a month. In order to take the skills and special products of Madhya Pradesh to every corner of the world, producers should be linked with organizations like Filpkart and Amazon. Good achievements can be made especially in the field of food and textiles. Maximum facilities should be made available to the exporters by establishing contact with the nodal officer appointed for each district through the Director General of Foreign Trade

Public Asset Management Portal

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan gave instructions to identify the assets located within and outside Madhya Pradesh and increase their efforts towards their better utilization and generation of income from them. It was informed during the conference that various departments and district collectors have the facility to register assets on the Public Asset Management Portal. By the end of this month, assets worth Rs 200 to 300 crores will be registered on the portal. At present, 110 assets have been registered.

Supply of fertilizer

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that complaints of black marketing of manure will not be tolerated. Strict action will be taken against those found guilty in the districts where complaints have been received. It was told in the conference that currently there is no shortage of urea in the state. The ratio of urea distribution is 70:30 in the cooperative and private sector. In most districts, more urea has been made available than last year. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan congratulated Dewas Collector for the action taken against a factory operator for manufacturing adulterated fertilizer in Dewas. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that strict action should continue to be taken against manufacturers of such fake pesticides and fertilizer.

Kharif 2020 Procurement

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan sought information regarding procurement of paddy, jowar and bajra in the state. He directed to ensure that just as the state has achieved the first place in the country in wheat production, systematic procurement work should be done for other crops also. Paddy procurement should be undertaken without any hindrance. Collectors should be sensitive in monitoring the work related to procurement.

Ayushman Bharat - Niramayam Madhya Pradesh

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan sought information about the progress of making Ayushman cards in the state. Indore tops in the state in this work with 50 percent achievement in Indore district. Similarly, good work has been done in Mandsaur, Sehore, Ujjain and Shajapur districts. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the districts which are lagging behind in the scheme, will have to work faster. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that this scheme is like a boon for the poor. Necessary claim amount can be taken after treatment in government hospitals also. Additional Chief Secretary Health Shri Mohammad Suleman informed that 282 private hospitals have been registered in the state.

Campaign for freedom from adulteration

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the campaign against adulteration will continue. Traders involved in adulteration, whether big or small, are guilty of selling poison. They will be wiped out. It is the duty of the government to save the lives of the people. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that we will attack the roots by reaching the source of adulteration. He instructed to suspend people who were negligent in the investigation of adulteration. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that apart from seizing goods from godowns and shops, vehicles of such persons should also be confiscated. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed to give the report of the action taken in these cases after 57 FIRs registered in the state. It was informed in the conference that action has been taken in all the districts in the state. Inspections are also being conducted. Arrangements of Mobile Food Testing Labs have been made for all the divisions. Anyone can get food tested from the lab for a fee of Rs 10. It was informed in the conference that action has been taken against individuals and factories manufacturing fake asafoetida and fake paneer in Indore, adulterated mawa in Ujjain, synthetic milk in Morena, chilli and coriander by mixing colour in Jabalpur, synthetic milk in Gwalior, adulterated coriander and turmeric in Neemuch and spices with synthetic colour in Guna. Action has been taken in a case of making Kurkure for children with contaminated charred oil in Rewa and soymilk in Dhar. RRC action for recovery of penalty imposed by courts in districts is being ensured.

Key instructions and main points of discussion

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that collectors should conduct study to promote Ek Zila Ek Utpad and to ensure economic growth of rural producers. Its report should be submitted in a month. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that one product should be promoted in every district after discussing with producers and public representatives so that the products can be economically upgraded.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan asked the Dindori Collector why the activities of groups for production and sale of Kodo Kutki is not increasing and why the area is not progressing ? to this, the collector replied saying that results will be given in a month. The groups have been given Rs 18 crore. Powerlooms are also being installed in the district.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan sought details of the progress of poultry business from the Hoshangabad Collector.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that employment fairs should be organized in January. The target should be to provide employment to one lakh people in all districts. In this way, target should be to give jobs to 12 lakh people in a year.

  • Zari Zardozi art of Bhopal will be promoted and the work of manufacturing wallets (ladies purse) will be increased. Collector Bhopal said that job fairs will be organized to provide employment to the needy.

  • On the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan, Collector Betul told that in the year 1944, a British woman started coffee production in Kukru district due to its favourable climate. Efforts will be made to increase this production in Betul district.

  • Collector Sheopur informed that the work of guides in Kuno National Park will be given to the members of the women self-help groups. This will be an innovation in Sheopur district.

  • Women will act as guides in Sanchi in Raisen district also.

  • Rewa Collector informed that women of self help groups are running canteens in the Zila Panchayat.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan asked to concentrate on maize and orange which is popular in Chhindwara.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed for branding of Kodo Kutki and painting in Dindori district.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed to benefit the producers of Mandla’s herbal products, rice of Balaghat and Sitaphal (Custard Apple) of Seoni.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that if honest efforts are made, the pulses of Gadarwara in Narsinghpur district will become famous all over the world.

  • Collector Panna informed that efforts are being made for cutting/polishing of diamond in Panna. Diamond park will be built here soon. There will be amla production also in the district.

  • Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Ujjain will make a mark in Poha production. Namkeen varieties of Ratlam should be popularized in the world.

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