Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot held a public hearing at CMR at 8, Civil Lines, which was attended by hundreds of people from various parts of the state on Monday. The representatives of various societies and organisations met Gehlot and made him aware of the issues in their respective areas. CM also gave the required instructions to the officers to solve their problems.
A man calling himself Jaikara Baba also reached for the public hearing wearing a towel. Jaikara Baba had a unique complaint that his prayers break as his neighbour has pet dogs. Baba tried his best to reach the CM but the security personnel did not allow him to enter the house. Now, Baba is hopeful that his issue would be heard by the CM next Monday.
A large number of people also thanked CM Gehlot for eliminating the real estate provision in the reservation of EWS. At the same time, people thanked the CM for the state government’s decision to upgrade sub-tehsil Suroth in Karauli district to a tehsil.
The members of All Rajasthan State Employees Joint Federation Integrated and Rajasthan Water Works Employees Association demanded DA on the lines of Centre. CM assured them that the government will take care of the interests of the employees. Some divyangas also reached the CMR and shared their problems with the CM. On the other hand, RAS Main Exam – 2018 candidates demanded to declare the result soon.
CM Approves One New Tehsil, Two Sub-Tehsil Offices
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved a proposal to establish a new Tehsil office and two Sub-tehsil offices in Alwar district. Gehlot gave consent for upgrading Narayanpur sub-tehsil office in Alwar to Tehsil office. Also, two new sub-tehsil offices will be established at Pratapgarh and Kherli Mandi in the same district. This decision would give easy access to locals to get their revenue related works done locally. To speed-up resolution of revenue related issues, CM announced creation of these offices in the State Budget 2019-20.
Dist Legal Services Authority Jaipur Metro II to be set up
CM Gehlot has also approved a proposal to establish a new legal services authority for the Jaipur Metropolitan district courts. As per this proposal, District Legal Services Authority Jaipur Metropolitan II will be formed. For this, new 10 posts will be created. New posts for the authority include one Secretary, one Stenographer, two Clerks Grade I, five Clerks Grade II and one Class IV employee. The state government would bear Rs1.5 crore per annum for the human resource employed thereinthe authority.