Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh visited the rural area to know the ground reality of government schemes along with vaccination campaign being run in rural areas for Kovid-19. He inquired about the progress of vaccination from the field staff. Along with this, instructions were also given to ensure that the benefits of the government’s welfare schemes should be given to the common people on time.

Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh reached Behat and Bhadavana on Wednesday and reviewed the plans of the government and gave instructions to the field staff to ensure that 100 percent people should be vaccinated against Kovid-19. ADMRinkesh Vaish, SDM HB Sharma, Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat Murar Rajiv Mishra, Tehsildar Smt. Vandana Yadav and field officers were present with him.

Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh expressed displeasure over the complaint of RI and Patwari not staying at the headquarters during the review in Behat and directed the SDM to issue show cause notices to the RI and Patwari. Along with this, instructions were also given to ensure that the RI and Patwari stay at the headquarters in the rural area. The Collector also reviewed the distribution of free food grains during the review. He said that free food grains for three months are being provided by the Chief Minister and free food grains are being provided every month till Diwali through the Prime Minister. It should be ensured that all the eligible beneficiaries get free food grains on time.
Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh has instructed the District Food Controller in the meeting that boards should be set up at all fair price shops, writing the detailed description of the scheme for distribution of free food grains. Penal action should be taken against the fair price shops where the boards are not found.

During the meeting, the SDM was instructed to investigate and submit the report on the complaint of non-opening of District Cooperative Bank regularly.

During the discussion, Collector Singh also discussed the resolution of transfer, demarcation and other revenue matters. He has directed the revenue officers that action should be taken to resolve the pending cases of revenue immediately. The review of drinking water in rural areas was also done. Instructions have been given to take prompt action regarding the redressal of the villages where there is drinking water problem.

In the meeting, SDM HB Sharma gave detailed information regarding the vaccination campaign being run in rural areas for Kovid-19. He said that along with the government efforts to vaccinate more and more people, the work of public awareness is also being done through public representatives. Sub-divisional officer Sharma also informed that an action plan has also been prepared to develop Tansen’s birthplace from tourism point of view. The work of arranging cleanliness, parking is also being done there.

Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat Rajiv Mishra informed that the work of construction of stop dam is being done on the river near Tansen’s birthplace. Along with this, work is also being done to organize the road. He said that to stop the water coming out of Bhadavana Waterfall, construction is also being done through Stop Dam District Panchayat.

Work to develop Tansen birth place and Bhadavana as tourism
Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh also visited the place of birth of Tansen after taking a meeting at Behat. Along with this, after reaching Bhadavana, visited the natural springs and Shiva temple. He told the officials that both the places are very beautiful and are also important from the point of view of tourism. Along with Tansen’s birthplace, effective action should be taken through district panchayat to develop Bhadavana from the point of view of tourism.

Collector Shri Singh also said that proposal should also be sent for getting work done through tourism department to make Tansen birthplace attractive. Along with this, work should be done to make the Shiva temple complex in Bhadavana more attractive and clean. Many tourists reach during the rainy season to see the naturally flowing waterfall. Work should also be done in this direction to provide better facilities to tourists and Shiva devotees there.


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