Nagpur: The Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule declared that the State Government is committed to provide electricity to farms of every farmer, approach roads to agriculture fields, 24-hour water supply and employment to children of farmers. “The State Government is committed to implement these four aspects. This is our responsibility,” said the minister. Bawankule was speaking after inaugurating a ‘Samadhan Shibir’ held at Belona village in Narkhed Taluka on Saturday. The camp received 2532 complaints out of which 2364 were resolved amicably. This was the second ‘Samadhan Shibir’ held in Belona.
Other dignitaries who attended the camp include MLA Dr Ashish Deshmukh, Zilla Parishad President Nisha Savarkar, District Collector Sachin Kurve, ZP CEO Shivajirao Jondhale, Superintendent of Police Anant Rokde, SDO Avinash Katade, Tehsildar Vinita Lanjewar and officials of concerned departments.
Bawankule further said that the aim of holding ‘Samadhan Shibirs’ is to reach Government schemes to doors of people as well as redress complaints. This venture will continue to be organized for the next three years. The State Government has decided to construct houses for the homeless members of scheduled caste and scheduled tribes. The minister also highlighted several schemes of the government.
MLA Dr Ashish Deshmukh, in his speech said the BJP-led Government is fast working and progress-oriented government. Thousands of problems are being redressed through ‘Samadhan Shibirs.’ The ‘Right to Service’ is forcing the officials to do their jobs efficiently and speedily, said Deshmukh.
The grievances redressal camp saw thousands of people flocking it with the hope of resolving their problems of different nature. Most of the problems were resolved bringing cheers on the faces of the people.