Display details of scheme beneficiaries: Hooda

Special Correspondent

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has directed all Deputy Commissioners to put up a display board giving details of beneficiaries in the villages where plots had been allotted to the families belonging to Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes and people living Below Poverty Line (BPL).

Mr.Hooda gave these directions while reviewing the progress of implementation of Mahatama Gandhi Gramin Basti Yojana, the flagship progamme of the State Government, and National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) with the Divisional Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners of the State on Monday.

52,181 plots allotted

He said that 52,181 plots had been allotted to the beneficiaries in 1,456 villages and the development works in these villages were in progress. There are 6.43 lakh eligible families belonging to Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes and BPL categories.

The Chief Minister directed the Deputy Commissioners that the possession of the plots along with the transfer deed should be given to the beneficiaries on the spot. Besides, all the development works should be carried out immediately.

He said that Chief Secretary Dharam Vir would call a meeting of the Departments concerned to ensure that optimum benefit of centrally-sponsored schemes was availed by the Government. The Chief Secretary would coordinate while getting the funds from the Centre under various schemes.

Mr.Hooda directed the Deputy Commissioners to adopt a holistic approach while preparing the district plans so that Haryana becomes the topmost State in utilising the funds of central schemes.

He also directed that all complaints should be processed in a fair manner and there should be supervisory checks also.

He further asked the Deputy Commissioners to send a consolidated progress report of development works of all Departments to him regularly by the seventh of every month. Besides, they should hold regular meetings with the Superintendents of Police and should tackle the sensitive issues on priority.

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