Nagpur: With the lead taken by Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule, a ‘Samadhan Shibir’ (Complaint redressal camp) is being organized at Bela village in Umred Taluka on Saturday (February 13). Since the past one year, such ‘Samadhan Shibirs’ are being organized in the district at various levels. The camps are facilitating reaching of different government schemes to the doors of people.
The Guardian Minister has directed that ‘Samadhan Shibirs’ be organized in Zilla Parishad-wise areas in the district on two Saturdays of the month for effective implementation of Government schemes in rural parts. All the respective Gram Panchayat areas are included in the camps. Efforts are made to extend benefits of the camps to rightful beneficiaries. The responsibility of planning and implementing the ‘Samadhan Shibirs’ has been assigned to Sub-Divisional Revenue Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Parishad under the guidance of District Collector and Chief Executive Officer. The ‘Samadhan Shibir’ at Bela will be attended by Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule, District Collector Sachin Kurve, CEO Shivajirao Jondhale, Superintendent of Police and other officials.
Relief cheque given to kin of accident victim:
The son of Dilip Lalke had died of electrocution when accidentally touched the live wires recently. The kin of deceased youth were provided with financial assistance by the Guardian Minister. A cheque was given to the relatives. Other dignitaries present on the occasion include MLC Anil Sole, MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh, Baba Maind, Abhay Dixit, Vaibhav Golhar, Dattu Tonde, Pandurang Surange and others.