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Prajavani to go online in WG dist

Prajavani to go online in WG dist
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Prajavani, a weekly programme for solving people’s grievances, will be conducted through online in 46 mandals of West Godavari district henceforth.

No leave for officials on the day of weekly programme

Eluru (West Godavari): Prajavani, a weekly programme for solving people’s grievances, will be conducted through online in 46 mandals of West Godavari district henceforth.

District Collector Katamaneni Bhaskar on Monday monitored the pace of the programme at mandal offices online from the Collectorate on an experimental basis.

Later, he said that the programme would be conducted online after making it foolproof. “The number of people visiting the district Collectorate from various parts of the district seeking solution to their grievances can be reduced if focus is on solving their problems at the mandal-level itself. It will help save valuable time and energy of people besides transport charges,” he said.

The Collector said that officials of all the departments concerned should attend the programme without fail with all relevant information. Leave would not be granted to any official on the day of Prajavani programme, he said.

Additional Joint Collector Sharif, District Revenue Officer K Prabhakar Rao and other officials attended the programme.

Charges to be framed against corrupt official
Ongole (Prakasam):
District Collector GSRKR Vijay Kumar has directed the district revenue officer Noor Basha Khasim to frame charges against Mundlamuru MRO on the charges of deliberately delaying issual of Pattadar passbooks to eligible farmers. He was responding to complaint lodged by a woman during the weekly grievance redressal programme Prajavani at Ongole on Monday. The complainant Elimireddy Errama informed the Collector that pattadar passbook was not issued though she applied for it in June 2013. A majority of the complaints were related to pensions and land disputes. Officials and others were present.

150 complaints received
Kakinada:
District Collector Neethu Prasad directed the officials to quickly dispose the complaints received during Prajavani programme.

She participated in Prajavani held at the Collectorate on Monday and received petitions from the people.

In all, 150 complainants from all corners of the district brought their grievances to the notice of the Collector.

A majority of the complaints were related to loan wavier, pensions, ration cards and employment opportunities. Joint Collector Muthyala Raju, Additional JC D Markandeyulu, DRO B Yadagiri and others were present.

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