There should be no problem of drinking water in rural and urban areas: MP

Kanpur, May 13 (H.S.). The problem of drinking water is very serious in the district. In such a situation, a campaign should be conducted in urban and rural areas to get the damaged hand pumps surveyed and their repair and rebore should be ensured in the next 15 days, so that the problem of drinking […]
 


There should be no problem of drinking water in rural and urban areas: MP

Kanpur, May 13 (H.S.). The problem of drinking water is very serious in the district. In such a situation, a campaign should be conducted in urban and rural areas to get the damaged hand pumps surveyed and their repair and rebore should be ensured in the next 15 days, so that the problem of drinking water does not arise anywhere. Under the Jal Jeevan Mission “Har-Ghar-Nal” scheme, the supply of drinking water should be ensured by laying a pipeline on priority where there is a high requirement of drinking water. These things were said by Mishra, MP Ashok Kumar Rawat while directing the officials while holding a review meeting at Vikas Bhawan on Friday.

The meeting of District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) was held in the auditorium of Vikas Bhavan under the chairmanship of Mishra MP Ashok Kumar Rawat. The minutes of the meeting held earlier in the meeting were confirmed or the compliance report of the instructions given was reviewed by the committee. While reviewing the progress of the construction works of the National Highway, the MP directed that the officials of NHAI and PWD, who are getting damaged in the transportation of construction material in the construction of the National Highway, should be contacted by the executive body who is getting the construction done by coordinating with each other. Roads should be repaired so that there is no problem in the movement of the public.

In order to get rid of the problem of water logging at Ghatampur intersection, he directed the concerned officer to complete the drainage work in every case by May. He said that the ponds, puddles and lakes of the district should be identified and renovated under MGNREGA and arrangements for water recharging should be ensured in them.

He said that before the selection of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, permission should be obtained from Hon’ble MPs after bringing them to their notice. He said that complaints of illegal mining in the district often come to the notice, enforcement action should be ensured to prevent overloading and illegal mining in the district and whatever permission has been given for mining, it should also be investigated that the permission was given. According to whether mining is being done or not.

He said that the eligibility list under the Prime Minister’s (Urban/Rural) Housing Scheme should be prepared with complete transparency and it should also be made public. If any complaint is received in the eligibility list, then fixing the responsibility of the concerned, legal action should be ensured against it.

Akbarpur MP Devendra Singh Bhole gave instructions to the officers of the Public Works Department to get the work done expeditiously from Armapur to Visdhan Marg and Towns Chakeri Tilsahari Marg. Even after taking consent from the MPs on the roads to be constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Sadak Yojana, the work of road construction should be done after selecting them. Under Pandit Deen Dayal Gram Jyoti Yojna, the villages where electrification work is being done in those villages, saturating them with electrification in the remaining and habitations, directed to complete the works immediately.

During this, District Panchayat President Swapnil Varun, MLC Arun Pathak, Avinash Singh Chauhan, MLAs Neelima Katiyar, Surendra Maithani, Saroj Kuril, Abhijit Singh Sanga, Rahul Sonkar, District Magistrate Neha Sharma, Chief Development Officer Dr. Mahendra Kumar, Municipal Commissioner Shivsharanappa GN, KDA Secretary Satrohan Vaish, Additional District Magistrate Nagar Atul Kumar and all the concerned departments, district level officers should be present.