Huge crowds gather at Shashan Aplya Dwari Shibir
Similar grievance redressal camps to be held in all zones
Nagpur: Today was the second day for the Shashan Aplya Dwari Shibir under the Chief Minister’s Grievance Redressal Camps. This Grievance Redressal Camp is underway at Vaidhyanik Vikas Mahamandal premises near Deekshabhoomi on August 10, 2016. Till the time of filing the story, 1750 people’s grievances have been redressed in this camp. The main organizer and BJP Leader Sandeep Joshi while addressing a press meet claimed that 7000 to 8000 citizens’ grievances will be resolved in this camp.
On the second day of the Grievance Redressal Camp, Sandeep Joshi informed the media personnel that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had aspired to have these camps in the form of Mini Collectorate or Mini Ministry for the benefit of the citizens so that they can avail the basic amenities.
From August 9, 2016, these Grievance Redressal camps are slated to be held for four days in many places. These places include:
Prabhag No 55 (RPTS)
Prabhag No 56 (Sai Mandir)
Prabhag No 68 (Narendra Nagar)
Prabhag No 69 (Khamla)
Prabhag No 70 (Gopal Nagar)
Prabhag No 71 (Takli Sim) and
Prabhag No 72 (Jaitala).
The citizens of these above mentioned areas can avail the opportunity to air their grievances.
According to Sandeep Joshi, the departments which are looking after 40 important civic amenities are present in these camps.
During these camps Smart Card, Voter Cards and Senior Citizens Card are made within 24-36 hours and given to beneficiaries. Not only this, the beneficiaries will receive the cards, documents and application on the last day of the camp from the same spot.
While explaining the benefit of organizing these camps, Sandeep Joshi said that under the directions and guidance of the present Collector, there are significant positive changes in the Setu system, however, the citizens are fed up because of some lazy employees/officials and adamant officials who sit on files for days together. It will take some time for some pro-active change. The Chief Minister receives many complaints about such officials often.
This is one reason why the Chief Minister proposed to have such grievance redressal camps at least once a year, while many corporators proposed to have such camps twice a year in all the zones, wards etc. Joshi himself too was in favour of organizing these camps twice a year.
It is a fact that it is a herculean task to bring the related departments to the camp site. In a day or two, the Guardian Minister will declare the camps slated to be held on Zone basis.
Those who came to the camp are immensely benefited and their grievances are redressed. Joshi has appealed every citizen of that area to take benefit of this camp.
Corporator Sanju Bonde, Abhay Deshmukh and others have worked hard to make this camp a grand success.