Muzaffarpur. Municipal Development and Housing Minister Suresh Kumar Sharma said that action will be taken against the dealers who do not provide ration to the beneficiaries. Initiatives will be taken to set up RTPS counters in the Corporate Office to address ration related complaints. On Saturday, he was facing problems in the Janata Darbar organized for the people of Ward 15, 16, 17 and 18 at Rajnarayan Singh College campus on Akhaghat Dam Road. After receiving the maximum complaints related to ration cards, he directed SDO Eastern Dr. Kundan Kumar on the spot for redressal. Directed the Municipal Corporation officials to ensure that the housing scheme resolves the problems of old age within seven days of the application.
Action will be taken against dealers who do not provide ration to the beneficiaries: Minister
Mayor Suresh Kumar, Deputy Mayor Manmadard Shukla, Municipal Commissioner Manesh Kumar Meena, SDO East Kundan Kumar, Additional Municipal Commissioner Vishal Anand, District Magistrate Mushahari, Ward Councilor Vikas Sahni Anju Kumari, Pawan Kumar Ram, KP Pappu, Minister Spokesperson Apart from Sanjeev Kumar Singh, a large number of Municipal Corporation, Budco and other departments including Executive Engineer, Assistant Engineer and Junior Engineer Switch to the people present.
Purpose of life on people’s trust: Being aware of people’s problems, the minister said that the purpose of my life is to live up to the public’s faith, for which we are constantly striving. In Ward 15, 16, 17 and 18, apart from seven decisions, above 7 crore schemes are running under the state plan of the Department of Urban Development and Housing. 9 million rupees is to be spent on the beautification of Ladghat from Chandwara Ghat through Namami Gange. A plan of 183 crore has been approved for the treatment of water logging, whose work has started. In view of the water problem, an amount of 48 crore has been made available to the municipal corporation for water tower and pipeline. Under the Smart City scheme, Rs.1580 crore is to Muzaffarpur, which has ensured the beautification of the Sikanderpur mind. After 2020, there will be no main roads that are not built.
Minister inspects road and sewer under construction: Urban Development Minister inspects under-construction road and sewer at Balughat. Told that an amount of 2.45 crore is to be spent on this scheme from the city development and housing department. The Executive Engineer present was instructed to speed up the work and keep the level of road and sewer same.