‘Prashasan Shahron Ke Sang’ Starts today


‘Prashasan Shahron Ke Sang’ Starts today

Less than a year remains in Assembly Election and the State Government doesn’t seem to be in any mood to give opposition a chance. In order to solve various public issues, the official program of the state government ‘Prashasan Sharon ke Sang’ started today.

 
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‘Prashasan Shahron Ke Sang’ Starts today

Less than a year remains in Assembly Election and the State Government doesn’t seem to be in any mood to give opposition a chance. In order to solve various public issues, the official program of the state government ‘Prashasan Sharon ke Sang’ started today.

Prashasan Shahron ke Sang’ attracted a very few people on the first day, though, people started coming to get benefit of the government schemes later in the afternoon; District Collector Vikas S. Bhale inaugurated the camp.

In this camp, issues like regularization of Kacchi Bastis, colonies established on agricultural lands, colonies coming under acquitted land, issuing of birth and death certificates etc will be settled.

On the first day, UIT and Nagar Parishad’s officials were seen settling the issues and taking applications for ‘Pattas’ (regularization of land).

People, who were aware about the camp, were seen completing their documents at UIT premises and stamp counters yesterday, before the start of the camp.

‘Prashasan Shahron Ke Sang’ Starts today

Dinesh Tarwadi Deputy Chairperson ST.SC. Commission, visited Chittorgarh during “Prashasan Shahron ke Sang”

Dinesh Tarwadi visited Kapasan and Chittorgarh today. According to DM Chittorgarh, Tarwari reached Kapasan and Chittorgarh from Udaipur and attended the program in which he heard the issues of locals and settled more than 50-60 issues related to “Pattas”; he will visit Rajsamand tomorrow.

When it came to Tarwadi’s notice that there was no doctor in a particular local dispensary, he immediately informed this to the Chief Secretary and asked him to take cognizance of the matter to settle the issue as soon as possible.

‘Prashasan Shahron Ke Sang’ Starts today

Two colonies still feeling isolated

According to the residents of Gandhi Nagar, near Payda, and Baluchistan colony of Shakti Nagar, they are being isolated from the main stream as administration is not completing voter ID’s and it is also not allotting them ‘Land Pattas’. People are very annoyed with the Administration on these issues.

Before moving to Chiitorgarh, Dinesh Tarwadi talked to the District Collector on this issue.

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