Quick action on relief cases under SC.ST Atyachar Nivaran Adhiniyam

Category ยป  Bhopal Posted On Thursday, September 02, 2010
By Our Staff Reporter
Bhopal, Sept 2:
Tribal Welfare Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah said that there should be no
delay in giving relief to the victims of cases under Scheduled Caste,
Scheduled Tribe Atrocities Eradication Act.
He said that the district officer should ensure that meeting of the
committee constituted in the districts should be held regularly.
Kunwar Shah issued these instructions at a review meeting of district
officers of Bhopal and Narmadapuram divisions held at Satpura Bhavan
here on Wednesday.
It was informed at the meeting that in Bhopal Division during this
year as on end of July Rs 94 lakh 76 thousand were given as relief to
victims of 356 cases. Under the provisions of the Act, if head of the
family is dead, appointment on compassionate ground is also being
done. The Minister instructed the officers to fill up the vacant posts
of backlog latest by September 15 without fail.
Kunwar Shah told the officers to prepare a calendar of tour and visit
the Ashrams and Hostels with night halt. For the sake of personality
improvement of hostel inmates, lectures of subject specialists should
be arranged regularly. The meeting also discussed about installation
of motor pumps at the wells dug under 'Kapildhara' Scheme in the
districts of the division. Minister of State for Tribal Welfare Shri
Harishankar Khatik stressed the need to make available quality motor
pumps to the farmers. Under the scheme 181 diesel pumps were made
available to beneficiaries in Bhopal division and 47 diesel pumps to
beneficiaries in Narmadapuram division during last year.
Information about physical progress of projects being carried out in
Bhopal and Narmadapuram divisions under section 275 (1) of the
Constitution was given at the meeting. The officers were asked to
complete the incomplete works of the years 2008-09 and 2009-10 without
further delay. Kunwar Shah expressed displeasure over the fact that
the district officers are not taking active part in selection of place
of construction works. He said that the construction works are being
done at such places where the people of reserved category are not
fully benefited. The meeting also discussed in detail about the
construction works undertaken by the Public Works Department, Housing
Board, R I S, and Laghu Udyog Nigam. Principal Secretary (Tribal
Welfare) Shri Devraj Birdi has issued strict instructions to the
district officers to complete the construction works within the
stipulated time. He asked them to inform the directorate the names of
the construction agencies which are causing delay to the works.
The meeting also discussed about the process of preparing caste
certificate, distribution of scholarship and long pending problems of
the employees.

* Take quick action on relief cases
* Inform to the directorate names of agencies delaying construction
* Fill up vacant posts of backlog by September 15
* Officers should visit Ashrams, Hostels regularly

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