Mahbubnagar Collector visits cheque distribution centres
Ronald Rose, in-charge District Collector, while visiting the Rythu Bhandu cheque distribution centres at various villages under Dharur mandal on Friday, expressed satisfaction over the conduct of the programme.
Gadwal: Ronald Rose, in-charge District Collector, while visiting the Rythu Bhandu cheque distribution centres at various villages under Dharur mandal on Friday, expressed satisfaction over the conduct of the programme.
The Collector visited various distribution centres in the villages under Dharur mandal and supervised how the process of cheque and pattadar passbook distribution was being conducted. He inspected whether the officials had erected tents and provided basic amenities like drinking water. He also inspected how the grievance cells are functioning, to resolve the issues of the farmers in case if there are any discrepancies found in the passbooks or cheque distribution.
The Collector initially visited Mannapur revenue village to supervise the cheque distribution process, there he found some of the farmers expressing their displeasure as they were not getting the pattadar passbooks and cheques. He enquired about the issue with the officials. Later he cross-checked with the register and cleared the doubts of the farmers. Later the Collector visited Dharur Grameen Vikas Bank and inspected the facilities arranged there for easy facilitation of banking services to the farmers.
The farmers were standing in queue to get their cheques deposited into their accounts. When the Collector enquired the reasons for the delay, the officials explained that due to lack of network they are unable to process the cheques.
The collector also resolved various problems being faced by the officials like in some cases the Aadhaar details and the details in the passbooks were not matching and the bankers were denying paying them money. For such cases, the Collector asked the officials to check the photos and if any one of the details are matching then they can be distributed the cheques.
Similarly, the bankers were also asked to see that the cheques which are certified by the officials should be allowed to be encashed even though their names on the identity card are not exactly matching with the names in the pattadar passbooks.