Minister pursues complaints he received during Jan Samvad programme
Nagpur: The Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule reviewed complaints and suggestions he received during Jan Samvad programmes organised by Nagpur Municipal Corporation in the past two months.
Bawankule said, Maharashtra Government has cleared all possible hurdles regarding distribution of ownership rights. Therefore, except private lands, zudpi jungle and land under railways, NMC should start distributing ownership rights immediately. The Guardian Minister took a review of public grievances and suggestions he received during Jan Samvad programme organised by NMC’s Dharampeth, Nehru Nagar, Hanuman Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Dhantoli and Gandhibagh zones. The review meeting was held at Dr Panjabrao Deshmukh Smruti Standing Committee Hall on Saturday.
MLAs Sudhakar Deshmukh, Krishna Khopde, Municipal Commissioner Abhijeet Bangar, Dharampeth Zone Chairman Pramod Kaurati, Hanuman Nagar Zone Chairperson Rupali Thakur; Nehru Nagar Zone Chairperson Reeta Muley; Dhantoli Zone Chairperson Vishakha Bante, Gandhibagh Zone Chairperson Vandana Yangatwar, Additional Commissioner Ravindra Thakre; Additional Commissioner Ram Joshi, Corporators of all six zones and Assistant Commissioners were also present.
Bawankule stated that Government has taken a decision regarding distribution of ownership rights of the land. This is the reason, layouts are not required. NMC should complete procedure of handing over the rights for the convenience of citizens and complete the process of distribution by June 2019.