• Sun. Jul 14th, 2024

Chief Minister took strict action against officers and employees.

ByTheCurrentScenario

May 22, 2024
Chief Minister took strict action against officers and employees.

Chief Minister imposed strictness on officers and employees: Officers associated with electricity and water supply will not leave the headquarters, instructions from CM Bhajanlal Sharma, there should be no problem for electricity and water.

Rajesh Kumar Verma | Jaipur | To ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity and water to the people of the state during the summer season, Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma has banned officers associated with these two departments from leaving the headquarters without permission. The Chief Minister has taken a lot of strictness. CM Bhajan Lal has instructed the Energy and PHED Ministers to make effective management of water and electricity by ensuring supply as per the increased demand. He has also instructed the Chief Secretary to continuously monitor the efforts being made to solve the electricity problems during the summer season and to ensure coordination between the departments.
The Chief Minister said that all necessary steps should be taken to ensure that the common man does not have to face power cuts and water shortage even in peak load situations.

Control room made at state level…

CM Bhajanlal Sharma said that especially the rural population should not face any problem related to power cut and water shortage, for this Chief Minister Sharma has directed that the officers of the concerned departments should remain at the headquarters and do not leave without prior notice. Do not leave the headquarters. A control room has been set up at the state level by the PHED department to solve all the problems related to drinking water during summer. Where complaint can be lodged by contacting 0141-2222585. Similarly, complaints regarding power supply related problems can be made on the helpline numbers operated by various discoms or on the Bijli Mitra app. CM Bhajan Lal said that to provide relief to the public, helpline numbers should be widely disseminated and complaints received on these should be resolved promptly and in a timely manner. He directed that the control rooms established at the state level and districts should work actively. For this, they should be monitored regularly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Document