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The campaign to make Indore a child beggar free city by 15th February will be given more momentum

ByTheCurrentScenario

Feb 12, 2024
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Indore Geetkar Damodar Virmal All ADMs and other officers of the district administration will also join the campaign. If the cases of CM Helpline are not resolved within the time limit, action will be taken against the officials, database of vehicles used to transport children to schools will be ready, meeting concluded under the chairmanship of Collector Shri Ashish Singh.

The ongoing campaign to make the city a child beggar free city by 15th February will be given more momentum. To speed up the campaign, all ADMs and other officers of the district administration will also join. Under this campaign, action is being taken to free all the intersections and temples from child beggars. Special attention is also being given to the education and rehabilitation of children being freed from beggary. If the cases of CM Helpline in the district are not resolved within the time limit, action will be taken against the officials. Besides, a database of vehicles used to transport children to schools in the district will be prepared.

This information was given in the TL meeting held here today under the chairmanship of Collector Mr. Ashish Singh. Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Siddharth Jain, Additional Collector Mr. Gaurav Benal, Mrs. Sapna Lauvanshi, Mr. Roshan Rai, Mr. Rajendra Raghuvanshi, Mrs. Nisha Damor and other officers were present in the meeting. In the meeting, Collector Shri Singh reviewed the implementation of the instructions given to the officers regarding inspection in the last meeting. On this occasion, it was told that almost all the officers reached the field and reviewed the progress of construction works, planning and implementation of programs related to their department. The officials also presented the inspection report before the Collector. Collector Shri Singh instructed that officers should keep visiting the field continuously and inspect. Find out the shortcomings and problems and work towards their resolution. Shri Singh directed that all the district officers should also send their subordinate officers for field inspection. Shri Singh directed that the incomplete works under Jal-Jeevan Mission should be completed soon. He directed that a database of vehicles engaged in transporting children to schools should be prepared. A separate list of vehicles which are not attached to the school but are used to transport children to school should be made. Shri Singh directed that in any case, the new bus stand should be opened at the new place at Reti Mandi from 15th February and at Naitamundla from 16th February. Before this, complete all the necessary preparations in a day or two.

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