Jhabua (Ali Asghar Bohra) The problems of the applicants were heard in the public hearing organized by Collector Ms. Tanvi Hooda on Tuesday. In the public hearing, applicant Prakash’s father, Shobharam Vasuniya, a resident of village Khakharapada tehsil Petlawad, told me that in Khakharapada of Gangakhedi Gram Panchayat, Madhya Pradesh, applications were made by me and other candidates for the post of Kotwar.
After a proper investigation in this regard, the eligible candidate was appointed for the post of Kotwar. An application was submitted regarding this. The applicant, nursing father Dheeraj Dabi, a resident of Mamaji Mohalla Bamnia, has filed a complaint of fraud regarding land. Applicant Anup father Madia Damar, resident of village Nai Basti Petlawad, Tehsil Petlawad, told the applicant in the application that his brother Dinesh father Madia Damar had a dispute with opponent Payal father Kailash Garwal of village Jiravalia, due to which he died, which should be investigated.
The Prathi Muslim community, through Nayapura Meghnagar, submitted an application for action against the opposition by stopping the illegal encroachment on private land with the intention of disturbing the peace of the village and creating a communal atmosphere. Applicant Pangla father Neva Dangi, resident of village Phuledi tehsil Meghnagar, told that through the Sarpanch and Secretary of Gram Panchayat Phuledi, M.P. An application was submitted for the amount of well construction not being provided by the government.
Applicant Tansingh, father of Bapu Damor, a resident of village Dungralalu, district Jhabua, submitted an application regarding canceling the appointment of the Anganwadi worker and issuing the certificate of the Anganwadi worker again. Thus, a total of 65 applications came to the public hearing. The collector gave instructions to the concerned officers on how to resolve the problems. During this, Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Jhabua, Mrs. Rekha Rathore, Additional Collector S.S. Mujalda, Deputy Collector Mrs. Asha Parmar, and other officials were present.