City Council Chairman Ashok Tank alleged the collusion of the officials of the Department of Information Technology and Communications (DoIT) to give Aadhaar making machines to E-Mitra operators and private shops in the market in the meeting. On this the ministers and officers sitting in the auditorium were shocked. The Chairman said that money is being collected from the public by giving Aadhaar machines in the market, while the government has implemented these services free of cost. It is a rule to provide free services by installing machines in the Collectorate, Bank, Post Office, Municipal Council, while some E-Mitra operators have been issued Aadhar card making machines. Minister-in-Charge, Secretary-in-Charge and Collector Neelabh Saxena also questioned and answered this, But Himmatmal Keer, Deputy Director, DoIT could not give any satisfactory answer on this issue. The minister directed for immediate action. The Chairman also alleged that there is pressure on the employees in this department. There is no relief even after being transferred.
Jai Singh Charan, the representative of the Social Welfare Department, gave a progress report, in which the pension
case in the district was declared as zero pending, whereas on question-answer by the minister and the officers, it came to light that about 2400 pension cases are pending. In such a situation, the Collector, the Secretary-in-Charge and the Minister strongly reprimanded when the lie came out in the report. Minister Anjana also said that whether the public is getting the benefits of the schemes in reality or not. He questioned each and every point of the plans.
Agriculture Department was also revealed in the meeting, the alleged touting system going on in the Agriculture Department. The ministers and officials were told by the public representatives that the benefits of the schemes are being provided to the loved ones through touts, the real entitled farmers are deprived. Benefits like laying pipelines, setting up solar power plants, providing equipment are being provided through brokers. Agriculture officers do not go to the farmers and the public. The poor and genuine farmers do not even get to know about the schemes.
Asked CMHO- Which new schemes have come?
The minister in charge asked CMHO Dr. Prakash Chandra questions about the new schemes of the department. During this, it came to the fore that the government's instructions to make arrangements for free investigation from outside in emergency came to the fore due to the time taken in other tests including sonography in hospitals. On this, the minister said that the government will bear the money even if necessary tests are done from outside. Benefit the patients as per the given arrangements and instructions. The minister also asked to display the information about the changed and new schemes in the hospitals.