By Avijit Biswas
Bhagalpur: Hectic activities are underway at district level to sort out problems, particularly grievances of people, in light of the forthcoming Samadhan Yatra of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar here. The CM is expected to arrive on February 13 for the Samadhan Yatra.
Beginning February 1 and lasting until February 9, a comprehensive review of all development and welfare schemes has been planned at the authoritative level in an effort to speed up the delivery mechanism aimed at reaching the benefits of development and welfare schemes among the general public.
In fact, the CM’s scheduled visit has accelerated administrative efforts to correct system flaws. The main issues that people face when attempting to obtain government services for various tasks have been identified. Efforts are being made to resolve issues prior to the Samadhan Yatra of CM.
According to information, revenue matters are being reviewed specifically, taking into account the difficulties people have in obtaining government services in revenue-related matters such as land mutation and measurement, as well as other land-related issues.
Measures have been initiated for streamlining services besides the early disposal of pending service requests in revenue related matters to reduce people’s grievances. Efforts are also underway to improve the condition of damaged roads and minimize infrastructural deficiencies prior to the visit of the CM.
Though the itinerary for CM’s Samadhan Yatra has not yet been finalized, the local administration has identified a few villages that CM may visit during his yatra.
In order to sort out the problems of people residing in selected villages, camps have been organized in some of the villages. Ganeshpur Teenpulia village, located in the Jagdishpur block of the district, is one such village where a camp was held this week to help people solve their problems. The village is one of the shortlisted villages that CM may visit.
Separate counters had been set up in camp for the redressal of grievances and the resolution of people’s problems concerning education, agriculture, pensions, health, and revenue, in addition to other matters of general concern. Senior district officials participated in the camp. Though the Samadhan Yatra’s long-term impact is unknown, it is widely assumed that preparations for the CM’s visit will be beneficial in reducing inconveniences and reducing delays in people seeking government services.