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Take strict action against active Micro Finance Mafia, directs govt

International   |   Glibs Quick   |   Feb 12, 2020, 13:36 PM

Cases related to undisputed mutation and partition should be settled by March 31

Tikamgarh RTO removed for negligence, Jiwaji University Exam Controller suspended

Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath, in view of the complaints of micro finance companies in the state, directed to make arrangements to file complaints against them. He said that before the micro finance mafia can flourish, it should be checked and strict action should be taken by registering a FIR on the active micro finance mafia. The Chief Minister was addressing collectors through video conferencing at the Janadhikar programme here today.

The Chief Minister instructed to start the second phase of crop loan waiver of farmers on time. He instructed to take mandatory action on war-footing to settle cases related to undisputed mutation and property partition by March 31. He said that under the Forest Rights Act, the responsibility of the district collectors concerned will be fixed for eligible beneficiaries not getting rights to pattas and for rejection of claim cases due to ordinary technical reasons.

Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath gave instructions to constitute Yuva Gram Shakti Samiti by the end of February. He said that for the protection of health of the people, the Shuddha ke liye Yuddha campaign should be made more effective. Companies manufacturing fake medicines and related mafia must be constantly monitored and strict action must be taken against those associated with it. He said that the problems being faced in paddy procurement should also be resolved immediately. He instructed to take all kinds of precautionary measures to prevent cheating in board examinations.

Shri Kamal Nath resolved the problems of the complainants. In some cases, he issued instructions to take immediate action. He directed to remove the Tikamgarh RTO and take immediate legal action against him regarding a complaint related to allowing vehicles to run on unauthorized permits, not revoking permits and imposing double tax from a complainant of Tikamgarh.

In one case of Bhopal district, on behalf of complainant Smt. Yashoda Rajak, her husband told the Chief Minister that his plot was not transferred by the Green Land Housing Cooperative Society Bhopal. With the connivance of the Society, an undeveloped plot was sold to him by a member of the Society. He took the plot in a legal manner from the Housing Society. Taking the issue of sale of undeveloped land by the seller in connivance with the Society, the Chief Minister directed to take strict action against both the Society and the seller. The Chief Minister said that this episode is purely a case related to Mafia. It involves the connivance of both the society and the plot seller. Chief Minister said that this is a case of illegal colony. The complainant told the Chief Minister that after the complaint was lodged in the CM Helpline, he received a telephone call from the President of the Society for reconciliation and later, his land was unnecessarily marked. On this, the Chief Minister instructed the Collector to take action for fraudulent sale of plot and to get the complainant his money back.

Regarding the irregularities in paddy procurement in Rewa, the Chief Minister questioned the Rewa Collector and told him that the farmers of Rewa are complaining that they are having difficulty in weighing paddy and that ration is not reaching in the hilly and forest areas. He instructed the Collector to settle the case on priority.

Regarding irregularities being faced in paddy procurement in Rewa, the Chief Minister enquired from the Rewa Collector and told him that the farmers of Rewa have complained that they are facing problem in paddy weighing and ration is not reaching in hilly regions and forest areas. He instructed the Collector to resolve this problem on priority.

In the case of 3 years delay in construction of aaganwadi bhavan in Dewas district, the Chief Minister instructed to take strict action within 15-20 days after issuing show cause notice to the responsible officers and agency. He directed all the Collectors in the cases of irregularities of any nature, show cause notice only is not enough. Take strict action after serving the notice.

In context to a case of Indore district, the Chief Minister asked to put check on moneylender mafia strictly. The Collector Indore has informed that 21 cases of moneylenders have come to the fore during the last one month owing to the campaign being run against the mafia. Strict action is being taken in these cases. In Indore again, while taking the case of the complainant seriously, for not getting possession of a flat, booked by the complainant in one of the housing society, the Chief Minister said that deceit by colonizer with the ordinary citizens will not be tolerated at any cost. Take strict action against such colonizers. Shri Kamal Nath said that the cases of cheating by the illegal colonisers in Indore have come to the notice, Collector should take strict action in this matter.

In the case of delay in X-ray course examination of Jiwaji University, Gwalior, the Chief Minister instructed for suspension of examination controller and the concerned clerical staff with immediate effect.

In the case of irregularities and negligence as well as delay in the loan case of the complainant under the Mukhya Mantri Swa-Rozgar Yojana from Madhyanchal Gramin Bank, the Chief Minister instructed the Collector to monitor this case. He told the collectors to pay special heed on banks’ complaints and get them resolved positively.

The Chief Secretary Shri S.R. Mohanty, Principal Secretary to CM Shri Ashok Varnval and Senior Officers of the concerned departments were present at the meeting.

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