Haryana Chief Minister orders immediate suspension of Karnal Sadar Police Station SHO in response to public complaints during Jan Samvad
Announed Rs 5 lakh grant for library
Promises swift appointments for ITI Instructors
Chandigarh, November 5 – In response to grievances raised by the public during Jan Samvad in ward number 20 of Karnal Municipal Corporation, Haryana Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal has ordered the immediate suspension of Karnal Sadar Police Station SHO, Ajaib Singh and directed the Superintendent of Police to initiate further necessary actions.
The Chief Minister also ordered the suspension of Karnal Municipal Corporation’s Executive Engineer Priyanka Saini due to her inability to provide a satisfactory response in a matter.
The Chief Minister was present in Uchana village as part of the ongoing Jan Samvad, reaffirming the state government’s commitment to addressing the concerns and issues of people.
He engaged with not only the youth but also the elderly and women during the program. He mentioned that he has already conducted approximately 95 Jan Samvad programs throughout the state. He said that these Jan Samvad, which commenced in April, will be systematically conducted in every village and ward of local bodies across the state. Responsibility for organizing these programs has been delegated to all ministers, MPs, and MLAs and they are actively coordinating these events.
The Chief Minister reiterated that the government’s primary objective is to comprehensively understand and resolve the issues faced by every underprivileged individual. In addition, he highlighted the significant impact of the Ayushman and Chirayu scheme, stating that in the Karnal Municipal Corporation area alone, the state government has incurred over Rs 14 crore for the treatment of 3752 individuals. Further, the state government has disbursed an impressive amount of Rs 1,000 crore for the healthcare of people throughout the state under the Ayushman Chirayu Yojana, he added.
When a young girl from Uchana village shared her health-related challenges and requested assistance for upbringing of her child, the Chief Minister not only promptly announced a grant of Rs 50,000 but also gave instructions to the concerned officers to transfer the funds to her account. In another instance, a young resident from Uchana village voiced a request for the establishment of a library, to which the Chief Minister promptly announced a grant of Rs 5 lakh.
Addressing the concern raised by a young individual regarding the delayed appointment of ITI instructors despite their recruitment, the Chief Minister assured that instructions have already been issued to address this matter. He further said that eligible candidates would receive their appointments as soon as possible after the completion of the document verification process, scheduled within the next 10 days.
Furthermore, he emphasized the government’s unwavering commitment to merit-based recruitment over the past nine years in Haryana. In the event that any officer, employee, or others are found involved in illicit monetary transactions in the name of job placements, the Chief Minister assured that strict action would be taken within 48 hours.
On this occasion, BJP District President Yogendra Rana, Municipal Corporation Mayor Renu Bala Gupta, Deputy Commissioner Anish Yadav, SP Shashank Kumar Sawan and senior officials of various departments were also present.