Ambala. Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij’s Janata Darbar is not being organized at present but there is an influx of complainants at his residence every day. Home Minister Anil Vij listened to the problems of hundreds of complainants who arrived even on Sunday holiday and gave directions to the officials concerned.
While addressing her complaint to Home Minister Anil Vij, the sportswoman from Sonipat said that she was a medalist in the national competition and was yet to get a job under the state government’s OSP quota. The player said his application was rejected even though he was eligible for an OSP quota while many of his fellow players got government jobs. Home Minister Anil Vij assured the player of all possible support and sent his application to the additional general secretary of the sports department for consideration.
A resident of Babyal in Ambala Cantonment complained to the Home Minister that no action was taken in the case of misconduct, following which the Home Minister directed the Ambala SP to take strict action. The woman alleged that the accused, a resident of Derabassi, raped her while the Ambala city police did not take any action despite the complaint being lodged.
Fraud of Rs 35 lakh on the pretext of sending money abroad
A resident of Jind complained to Home Minister Anil Vij about fraud in the name of sending his child abroad. His allegation was that the agent took 35 lakh rupees from him to send to America but it was neither sent to America nor the money was returned. The home minister also directed the formed SIT to investigate the matter.
Similarly, a Panipat-based family claimed to have cheated Rs 34 lakh in the name of land sale. His allegation was that the real estate dealer cheated him of Rs 34 lakh to give him a property. Neither the property was handed over nor the money was returned. Home Minister Anil Vij directed SP Panipat to investigate the matter. At the same time, a person from Gurugram complained that a fake assault case had been registered against his son and others. Additionally, a woman from Yamunanagar narrated the disappearance of her 17-year-old daughter and other cases in which Home Minister Anil Vij directed the officials concerned to take action.
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