The dead reached the ward meeting in Bihar, also signed, the Chief Minister's seven decision plan was selected
Bihar News: In Saharsa, information is being received about the arrival of four dead in the ward assembly. Even the dead have signed. Along with this, the Chief Minister has participated in the implementation of the Saat Nischay Yojana. You are not surprised, let us tell you what is the matter.
Irregularities in the implementation of rural development schemes have become common. In order to cover up the irregularities, the selection of the scheme in the ward assembly is accomplished by making false promises. Its hallmark has come to the fore in the Ward Sabha organized in Dhenga village under Navhatta Paschim Panchayat. Wards have started attending the meeting on the dead. Here the names of not one or four dead were put in the Ward Sabha, but even the signatures of the dead were made. This information came to light when a complaint was filed by Dhaneshwar Mishra with the Sub-Divisional Public Grievance Redressal Officer. Signatures of the deceased were found in the attested copy of the documents related to the hearing of the family letter.
Signatures of dead people made in Ward Sabha
A ward meeting was organized on 10 August 2017 under the chairmanship of Madhu Kant Mishra, member of Ward No. 6, for the implementation of Mukhyamantri Saat Nischay Yojana and the formation of the Management Committee. Signatures of 106 people were recorded in the Ward Sabha register. In this, the signature of Brajkishore Mishra, who died seven years ago in an accident in Delhi, is also recorded. Along with this, Jayendra Mishra, Sachi Devi, and Pandit Lalan Mishra have died years ago. Despite this, the signature of these people also remains.
Appropriate action will be taken for investigation by making fake signatures and signatures of dead people in the Ward Sabha. The matter will be investigated. The guilty will not be spared. Such negligence will not be tolerated. - Jitendra Kumar, BDO, Navhatta