Make sure benefits of development works reach real beneficiaries – Brajesh Pathak

AC Saxena

Bareilly:  Deputy Chief Minister  Brajesh Pathak was presiding over the review meeting of various development works and construction works in the district at Collectorate Auditorium.

Pathak said that there is a need to improve the functioning of the concerned departments implementing development works in rural and urban areas at every level and efforts should be made to ensure that the benefits of development works reach the real beneficiaries.

We all have a responsibility. He said that every effort should be made to improve the condition of cow shelters in the district. He said that proper arrangements should be made for vaccination of dependent cows, sanitizers, lime spraying, cleanliness etc. in Gaushalas to prevent lumpy skin disease.

He directed the Senior Superintendent of Police to stop the movement of animals within the boundaries of the district and also said that special attention should be paid to this. While reviewing the works being done by the Jal Nigam Department under the Jal Jeevan Mission (Har Ghar Nal Yojna), Deputy Chief Minister instructed the Executive Engineer Jal Nigam that the roads damaged due to the works of sewer line, pipeline etc. Construction should be done properly. He directed the Executive Engineer Public Works Department to identify the bad roads of the district and repair all those roads immediately after the rains. He directed the concerned officer to bring progress under the Chief Minister Sumangala Yojana.

Deputy Chief Minister directed Additional Director Health, Chief Medical Officer and CMS to inspect CHC, PHC and sub-centres daily. During the inspection, the public representatives of that area should also be contacted. He said that all the doctors sit in the OPD from 08 am to see the patients. He said that there are sufficient number of doctors to provide medical facilities and medicines are also available in sufficient quantity. He said that when the demand for the related medicines should be made a week before the expiry of the medicines, so that there is no inconvenience in giving any kind of medicines to the patients. He said that fewer patients come to the psychiatrist, make them sit in the OPD and give medicines to the patients after seeing the patients of cough, cold and fever etc. He directed the Additional Director Health that after holding a meeting with the Chief Medical Officer, under Ayushman Bharat Scheme, trending ASHAs on a war footing should be uploaded and photographed by the people of rural areas, so that progress could be brought in the Ayushman Bharat scheme. He instructed the Chief Medical Officer that progress should be made in booster dose.

Deputy Chief Minister expressed displeasure over not being given the correct answer for the inspection of health centers and sub-centres done by the Chief Medical Officer and directed to bring reforms. He said that despite having facilities in CHCs and PHCs, it is often seen that patients are referred to district hospitals. He said that a register should be kept at the health center and the reason for the referral of the patient must be mentioned in that register. He directed that proper arrangements for cleanliness, food and medicines etc. should be kept in all the health centers. Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister instructed the Additional Director Health, Chief Medical Officer, Deputy CMO and Assistant Medical Officer that every day everyone will go to the government hospital and sit in the OPD, so that the work will be done properly and evaluation will be done at the ground level. He directed all the doctors to attend regular and timely meetings at all CHCs, PHCs and health centers to see the patients. He said that even the poorest of the poor is the most VIP for the government. For this every poor people should be treated in a good and VIP manner. He gave instructions to improve the food system in CHC and PHC and special attention should be given to the women working in the restaurant.

Deputy Chief Minister emphasized on inspection at the administration level to improve basic education. On this, the District Magistrate said that we have already asked all the Deputy District Magistrates to conduct regular inspection of all primary schools in their respective areas. He said that there are 75 aided colleges in the district under the Kayakalp scheme by the government under secondary education, out of which 6 schools have been included in the Kayakalp scheme. The public representatives of the district made many complaints to the Deputy Chief Minister about the roads built under the Pradhan Mantri Sadak Yojana and told that the construction of the roads was done in a very bad manner due to which the PMJCY roads in the district have become very bad. On this, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister, after the rain, the Executive Engineer of PWD Department, Public Works Department should be immediately corrected.

Deputy Chief Minister reviewed the law and order of Bareilly district. He gave instructions to stop serious crime. He said that serious crimes are due to mutual enmity. He directed to take strictest possible action against mobile snatching, chain snatching and theft.  Deputy Chief Minister was satisfied with the law and order of the district, for this he congratulated the senior officers of the police department. He also praised the Executive Engineer of the Energy Department for the improvement being done in the electricity department.

 

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