CM Manohar Lal Action: MCF employee suspended for changing letters of tubewell operators in villages, FIR registered


CM Manohar Lal Action: MCF employee suspended for changing letters of tubewell operators in villages, FIR registered

Faridabad: The negligence of the Faridabad Municipal Corporation came to light during the hearing of a case involving non-payment of salaries through the Municipal Corporation to the tubewell operators of 24 villages belonging to the Municipal Corporation in 2020. Two letters with the same shipping number were issued in it. In one of these letters it was written that the salary payments to the employees should be made through the city administration, in the other letter it was written that the salaries of the employees should not be paid. As a result, a city administration employee was suspended. Chief Minister Manohar Lal also ordered registration of an FIR against this employee. At the same time, an order was given to investigate the entire matter. The CM chaired the monthly meeting of the District Public Relations and Grievance Redressal Committee at the HSVP Convention Center in Faridabad.

16 cases were presented at the meeting and 13 were resolved

At the Complaints Committee meeting, 16 complaints were submitted, of which 13 complaints were resolved on site. This was a case of illegal occupation of a 66-yard plot of land belonging to Sharda Devi, a resident of Ballabhgarh. The woman said that she had paid the entire amount for the registration and death certificate, but her house had been taken over. Taking note of this, Chief Minister Manohar Lal directed the police to vacate the encroachment and ensure that Sharda Devi gets a house. Further, instructions have been given to make a provision under which a property owner in the HSVP sector will be given another property of the same price and size if he fails to take possession of it despite acquiring the property in the auction .

Instructions for registering employees in the HKRN

In the meeting, regarding the issue related to fire department employees not registering with the HKRN, the CM directed that the working employees should be registered with the HKRN soon and their salaries should be paid. The meeting also proposed solution to the problem of non-availability of water in the canal constructed in Hirapur, Nahrawali and a dozen other villages of the district over the last 60 years. The Prime Minister said that 1,000,000 cubic meters of water are currently flowing through the canal. Similarly, following a complaint about pollution in Jhadsetli village, the chief minister set up a committee headed by SDM to solve the problem of dirty water in industries and ensure that it is used for plants.

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