Rudraprayag : Out of 57 complaints received, as many as 43 were disposed off during the Janata Darbar held at Old Vikas Bhavan under the headship of DM Rudraprayag Mangesh Ghildyal here today. DM Rudraprayag issued orders for the suspension of Executive Engineer PWD Ukhimath division for remaining absent from the Janata Darbar here. He said all the officials must remain ensure their presence in Janata Darbar on mandatory basis and any negligence in this regard would be dealt with strongly.
Panchayat member Aasha Dimri in her complaint said that only one kilometer of road has been cut on the Utyasu-Malyasu Motor road while around three-kilometer road is yet to be constructed. DM Rudrapayag directed to stop the salary payment of Assistant Engineer and Junior Engineer involved in the work. He directed the education department officials to provide the list of the schools that have been closed and where they have been shifted.
Pratap Singh, resident of Bajyunu said that he has not received any financial help for building toilet despite writing a letter three times and has not received any financial assistance yet. DM directed the project manager Swajal and BDO Agastmuni to do the needful. Pradhan Navasu Bhupati Rauthan raised the issue of liquor being sold illegally in the region and demanded opeinign of English Wine shops to stop such activities.
DM directed Excise officer to intiate requisite action in this regard. Former ward member Himpal Bhandri raised the issue of Gulabrai-Raintoli Water project gettign damaged due to laying of OFC cable line. DM Rudraprayag directed the officials to restore the pipeline within a period of one week. Nilesh Raj Vedant the programming officer of Habitat for Humanity demanded land for constructing toilets on the route from Gaurikund to Kedarnath for which DM directed the officials to do the needful.
Kundi Lal from Nari Saterakhal also demanded financial grant for construction toilet but hasn’t received yet. DM directed Swajal officials to investigate the matter and do the needful. Madhu Devi demanded employment on compassionate grounds, as her husband had died in 2014 and she had two daughters to fend with a house that was in dilapidated state. DM directed SDM Rudraprayag and Social Welfare Department officials to investigate the matter. CDO DR Joshi, DFO Mayank Jha, SDM Sadar Devanand and other officials were present on the occasion.