Speaker, HP Vidhan Sabha Dr. Rajiv Bindal while presiding over the Jan Manch at Badach in Rampur Bushahr sub-division of Shimla district said that the state government has started Jan Manch with a view to redress the public grievances in a time bound manner. He directed all the departments to dispose of all the complaints and demands presented by people during Jan Manch on priority basis.Around 250 demands and complaints were received during the programme and most of them were settled on the spot.Dr. Bindal distributed various cards and certificates to the beneficiaries under various government schemes.Irrigation and Public Health Minister Mahender Singh Thakur, who chaired the function at Jawali in Kangra district said that Jan Manch had been provided top priority by the state government and it was being ensured that people did not face any difficulty in getting their works done and administration work with utmost responsibility.He said that Rs. 30 crore would be spent in Jawali on irrigation and drinking water supply schemes in the first phase and around 25 crores in second phase.Mahender Singh distributed financial assistance to 37 beneficiaries under Beti Hai Anmol scheme and certificates under various schemes of the government.Around 490 cases were received during the Jan Manch out of which 286 were disposed off on the spot. At Andheri in Renuka constituency of Sirmaur district, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Kishan Kapoor said that state government has distributed 33,700 free LPG connections under Grihini Suvidha Yojana in the first phase and a target has been fixed to distribute 68,000 more LPG connections in the second phase.
As many as 272 complaints and demands were received on this occasion. The Minister distributed FDs and various other certificates and cards to the beneficiaries. More than 500 persons turned up for medical check-up in the camps organised by the health department.In Solan district, the Jan Manch was held in Navangraan panchayat of Nalagarh constituency which was presided over by Education Minister Suresh Bhardwaj. He said that the main objective of organising Jan Manch was to redress every problem and issue of the poor. He said that Rs. 70 crores have been released for development of Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh Development Authority in Solan district. He directed the officers concerned to take stern action against the industrial units of the area responsible for polluting the environment.396 complaints and demands were received during the programme.The Education Minister distributed various certificates to the beneficiaries. More than 1000 people were examined by the doctors in the health camps.MP Virender Kashyap and MLA Paramjeet Singh Pammi were also present in the programme.MPP and Power Minister Anil Sharma while presiding over the function at Kalol in Jhanduta constituency of Bilaspur district said the state government would soon provide solar light facility to all the villages. He directed the officers of all departments to give top priority for resolving the complaints and demands of the people at the earliest.219 cases were received during the Jan Manch. The Minister distributed certificates and cards of health and revenue departments to the beneficiaries. Local MLA J.R Katwal was also present on the occasion.In Hamirpur district, Urban Development Minister Sarveen Chuadhary chaired the function at kanjyaan in Bhoranj development block. She said that the complaints being received under Jan Manch were being uploaded under e-samadhan to ensure their timely disposal.She distributed revenue and other certificates to the beneficiaries on this occasion.
In all, 137 complaints and demands were received during the function.MLA Kamlesh Kumari was also present on this occasion.The Jan Manch at Jaidevi in Nachan constituency of Mandi district was presided over by Health Minister Vipin Singh Parmar. As many as 467 demands and complaints were received during the function.The Minister distributed FDs to five baby girls, free LPG connections and a grant of Rs, 10,000 each to eight government schools for achieving target of hundred percent admissions of girl students in fifth and sixth classes.MP Ram Swaroop Sharma and MLA Vinod Kumar were also present on this occasion.While presiding over the function at Holi in Bharmour constituency of Chamba district, Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister Virender Kanwar said that 200 trout units were being set up in the state during current financial year to give boost to the fishery sector. He said the subsidy was also being given to the beneficiaries for undertaking fishery activities.He distributed LPG connections and certificates of different schemes to the beneficiaries.153 demands and complaints were received during the Jan Manch.At Shwaad in Anni constituency of Kullu district, Forest and Transport Minister Govind Singh Thakur said that Jan Manch have proved to be an effective medium to redress the issues and problems of the people. It has also helped the government in reaching directly to the people.In today Jan Manch, 133 demands and complaints were received out of which 80 were disposed off on the spot.Govind Singh Thakur distributed FDs, green cards, smart cards, horticulture cards and revenue certificates to the beneficiaries.MLA Kishori Lal was also present in the Jan Manch.Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Dr. Rajiv Saizal was chief guest at the Jan Manch organised at Bathu in Chintpurani assembly segment of the Una district.As many as 305 demands and complaints were received during the function.The Minister provided LPG connections to 95 beneficiaries under Grihini Suvidha Yojana, FDs to 11 baby girls under Beti Hai Anmol scheme and also distributed various certificates to the beneficiaries. Medical health check up camps were also organised on this occasion.