Haryana Home Minister, Anil Vij redressed the grievances of the people in Ambala today and during this time he was completely in action mode. Home Minister has summoned the 'Action Taken Report' from the Director General of Police (DGP) of the state on the complaints of people sent for action in the last fifteen days. While redressing the grievances of the people, Home Minister Anil Vij said that 'he is only a worker, not a minister for the public'. Sh. Vij redressing the grievances of the people and directed the officers to take action. On the complaint of a retired soldier in Kaithal, the Kaithal SP was ordered to investigate after forming an SIT, then in Yamunanagar, directed to seek clarification from the SP Yamunanagar if action was not taken in the case of dowry. At the same time, the Home Minister handed over the investigation of the kidnapping and killing of the girl to the State Crime Branch and directed the concerned officers to take action in other cases as well.
What action was taken on the complaints sent by the Home Minister, DGP will answer
During the Janta Darbar, Home Minister Anil Vij has summoned a report from the DGP of the state on the complaints sent in the last 15 days. The action taken or progress on the complaints sent by Sh. Vij will now have to be reported to the DGP in the coming days. It is worth mentioning that Home Minister Anil Vij is listening to public problems everyday at his residence.
SIT formed on the complaint of ex-serviceman in the beating case
Giving a complaint before the Home Minister, former soldier Parwara Ram, a resident of village Sirsal in Kaithal, said that a case of assault and intimidation was registered by him in November last year, but the culprits were not arrested by the investigating officer and concrete action was not taken. Taking the complaint of the ex-serviceman seriously, the Home Minister ordered Kaithal SP to constitute an SIT in the matter and investigate.Urmila Devi, a resident of Yamunanagar, said in her complaint that she had filed a case of dowry harassment and assault, but Yamunanagar police has not yet taken concrete action in this matter. In this matter, the Home Minister Sh. Vij directed to summon an explanation from the SP Yamunanagar. At the same time, Jai Prakash, a resident of Charkhi Dadri, complained to the Home Minister regarding the kidnapping and killing of the girl. He said that in the past the police did not investigate the matter properly and they are expecting justice from Home Minister Anil Vij, on which the Home Minister directed to hand over the investigation to State Crime for action in the matter.
Home Minister Anil Vij gave directions for action in many other cases
Redressing the grievances, the Home Minister directed various departmental officers to take action. Kiran Devi, who came from Kaithal, said in the complaint that her husband posted in the police and had remarried. On this, the Home Minister directed the SP to take action. Similarly, Amit and Sanjay, residents of Barada, cheated Rs 2.30 lakh in the name of loan, Krishna Lal, resident of Kaithal, took possession of the house, Gulzar, resident of Kurukshetra committed the theft for the second time, Anamika, a resident of Sonipat, in the case registered earlier adding 302, Neelam, Sukhvindra, Geeta and others, residents of Rewari, complained to the Home Minister about the possession of the land. Home Minister Anil Vij directed all the complaints to the concerned SPs of the respective districts to take action. Similarly, Yamunanagar resident Ranbir Singh asked for re-investigation of the case in the daughter's murder case, on which SP Yamunanagar was asked to take action. The complaint was given on which Home Minister Anil Vij directed the concerned departmental officers to take action. Many other matters also came up during the public hearing on which the Home Minister directed to take action.