IEP Chandigarh, June 9
Haryana Home Minister Sh. Anil Vij has directed to suspend a DSP for not following the directions given by him in the monthly meeting of the District Public Relations and Grievances Committee held at Hisar today. Apart from this, he has also given directions to suspend two patwaris and a data entry operator in a registry case.
Sh. Vij was answering the questions of media persons after the monthly meeting of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee in Hisar today. He said that 12 complaints were received in today’s meeting, out of which he has given directions to take action on each complaint. He said that some complaints have been resolved while some have been dropped.
He said that today he has given directions to suspend a DSP who did not follow the directions given by me during the last meeting and he kept on covering up the matter in his own way which was not in compliance with the instructions of the committee for action.
Similarly, in another case there was a registry pledge and a committee was constituted in the last committee meeting to investigate into it. He said that now the report of the committee has received and two patwaris and a data entry operator have been found guilty in this case, so directions have been given to suspend them as well.
During the hearing of the first complaint, he directed to suspend the then Barwala DSP Rohtash. Bhateri’s wife Satpal, a resident of village Kirori district Hisar, had told in her complaint that she had cultivated wheat crop on two acres of land, in which the standing crop was spoiled by poisonous spray. In this case, Home and Health Minister Anil Vij had given directions to arrest the culprits without delay. Due to non-action as per directions, orders were given for suspension of DSP and immediate arrest of the accused in the case.
In the second complaint, Prem Singh s/o Dal Singh, Ajmer Singh s/o Preet Singh, Balwant Singh s/o Nawab Ali and the residents of The Hisar Scholar House Building Society Gangwa have demanded immediate action against the head of the society on the allegation of multiple allotment of the plot. In this matter, during the last meeting, directions were given to suspend the Assistant Registrar (Cooperative Societies) and take strict action by registering an FIR in the matter. The police has registered an FIR yesterday. In this matter, the Home Minister instructed the Corporation Commissioner to speed up the investigation and conduct the elections of the society.
In the third complaint, Rajpal Singh’s son Prabhuram resident of Narnaund said that in the year 1981, after taking approval from the government, a plot in Murabba No. 68 was sold by auction by the Gram Panchayat Narnaund. He had also bought plot number 40 in the auction. But due to some reasons the identification and registration could not be done. On this, directions were given to the officials in the meeting that after taking the records from the Panchayat Department, the civic body department should immediately get the registry done in favor of the complainant.
In the fourth complaint placed in the meeting, the Resident Welfare Association, Hisar, while demanding provision of drinking water, arrangement of STP, cut on National Highway 52, government arrangement of electricity and facilities in Marvel City, told in the meeting that this colony was formed in 2007, but even till date facilities have not been provided to the plot holders. Hearing the complaint, Home Minister Anil Vij said that a letter has been written to Herera, Gurgaon for investigation in this matter and to the higher authorities of Town and Country Planning for cancellation of Marvel City’s license and recovery of fine. Apart from this, directions were given to re-sampling the water available in the colony.
In the fifth complaint, the villagers of Chamar Kheda told that some people of the village have encroached upon the public places of the gram panchayat like phirni, johad, pond, cremation ground, community center, panchayati plot and agricultural land. On this, a three-member committee was constituted in the last meeting and they were instructed to see the opportunities in the villages. On being unsatisfied with the answer, ADC, DSP Barwala, along with Grievances Committee member inspected the spot and videography was instructed, along with it was also said that if encroachments are found in the village, BDPO will be suspended immediately.
In the sixth complaint in the Grievances Committee, on the demand of investigation in the lawsuit filed by Devendra’s son Mukand Lal of Syahdwa village against the members of his family, the Home and Health Minister said that an impartial inquiry should be conducted.
In the seventh complaint, in complaint by a woman, it was said that action was not taken in the case of attempt to rape on the dominant persons of the village. It was informed that the culprits have been arrested, so the complaint was also dropped.
In the eighth complaint, Hansi resident Ashok Kumar s/o Sant Lal The Adarsh Sahakari NATC Samiti lodged a complaint of usurpation of his deposited capital. In this case, despite having identified a plot of the committee, its plot was sold to another person, in this case the plot was also registered without investigation. After investigating the matter, the Home and Health Minister gave directions to suspend two patwaris and a data entry operator.
In the meeting, the ninth complaint related to stopping the construction works going against the map in Anand Niketan Welfare Society, the tenth complaint related to obstructing the work of laying cables on transformer and poles in Kauth Kalan and the construction of backward chaupal in village Panihari. The 11th complaint was dropped due to the action being taken. In the last and twelfth complaint, instructions were given to keep the matter of encroachment of a pond of municipality in ward number-6 of Barwala again in the next meeting.
After this, while talking to the media persons, Home and Health Minister Anil Vij said that action is being taken regarding the selection of land for the construction of a civil hospital with state-of-the-art facilities in Hisar. After the completion of the formalities, the construction work of the hospital will be completed here soon. Responding to a question regarding the availability of medicines in civil hospitals, he said that civil hospitals established in the districts have been asked to procure medicines.
Haryana Rajya Sabha MP Dr DP Vats, Hansi MLA Vinod Bhayana, Barwala MLA Jogiram Sihag, Mayor Gautam Sardana, District President Captain Bhupendra, Additional Director General of Police Shrikant Jadhav, Corporation Commissioner Pradeep Dahiya, Hisar Superintendent of Police Ganga Ram Poonia were present on the occasion. Hansi Superintendent of Police Maqsood Ahmed, Additional Deputy Commissioner Neeraj Kumar along with officers of various departments and members of the Grievance Committee were present.