A Janata Darshan program to listen to public grievances was held at Chincholi in Kalaburagi district. Kalaburagi district in-charge minister Priyank Kharge inaugurated Janata Darshan. Meanwhile, the minister also inaugurated stalls opened by various departments to create awareness about government schemes. A Janata Darshan program to listen to public grievances was held at Chincholi in Kalaburagi district. Kalaburagi district in-charge minister Priyank Kharge inaugurated Janata Darshan. Meanwhile, the minister also inaugurated stalls opened by various departments to create awareness about government schemes.
Stores of major departments like Food, Agriculture, women and Child Welfare, Rural Development and panchayat Raj, Silk, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Forest, Chincholi Municipality, Labour, police, Revenue, Disability and Senior Citizens Welfare Department, health Department etc. to make public aware about government schemes. was laid. The staff was present to solve the technical problem of ration card amendment, Aadhaar, KYC voter ID and other schemes and responded to the public's problem. 10-15 counters were opened for receiving grievances. The minister went to the application counters and observed. Before this, the minister planted and watered saplings in the stadium pavilion.
Chincholi mla Dr. avinash Jadhav, MLC Thippanappa Kamakanur, karnataka Electricity Transmission Corporation Managing director and district In-charge Secretary Pankaj Kumar Pandey, DC B. Fauzia Tarannum, Zilla panchayat CEO Bhamwar Singh Meena, SP Addur Srinivasalu, DFO sumit Kumar, KKRTC were present on the occasion. MD M. Rachappa, Additional district Collector Rayappa Hunasagi, Assistant Commissioner Ashappa Pujari, Chincholi Tehsildar Subbanna Jamkhandi, Taluk panchayat E.O. Sankara Rathoda and other district and taluk level officials were present. On the same occasion, the minister said that more applications have been submitted in relation to Rural Development and panchayat raj Department, Revenue and JESCOM Department.
The Janata Darshan program, which was a platform for public hearing, witnessed the distribution of various government facilities to 790 beneficiaries. 1.50 lakhs for each association to provide loans to the members of 5 women self-help societies under Chimmaidalai Gram panchayat of Chincholi taluk under NRLM scheme of Taluk Panchayat. A total of 7.50 lakh rounds of fund checks were distributed by dignitaries including ministers.
Apart from this, the Taluka panchayat issued a mandate for construction of houses for 299 people under PM Awas, Basava, Ambedkar housing scheme, distribution of Narega job card to 85 new laborers and construction of individual toilets for 117 people under Swachh Bharat Mission scheme. Sanction letter was given to 123 people under sandhya Suraksha Yojana, Widow Pay, Special Chetana Pay from the Revenue Department, maize and Chickpeas were distributed to 45 farmers from the Agriculture Department, Pashu Sakhi Kit was distributed to 6 women of Chincholi Taluk who were trained to give first aid to animals on the model of Asha workers from the Animal Husbandry Department.
87,500 rupees each as 50% of the total cost of the unit for setting up onion storage units for 10 beneficiaries under the National Horticulture Mission scheme from the Department of Horticulture. Disbursement of subsidy mandate, health insurance sanction letter to 10 civil servants from Chincholi municipality and house rights letter to 10 people from slum board, 50 thousand rupees each to three laboring women as maternity expenses from labor department. Delivery of maternity bond, distribution of e-shram card to 5 people, distribution of pass book to 20 people under sukanya Samriddhi Yojana by CDPO office, free transport to 52 people by land survey department and distribution of sketch map were also done. As part of the Janata Darshan programme, 485 people were screened for diabetes and high blood pressure in a free screening camp organized by the health department. 165 Jana health ATM 245 people underwent dental check-up. A total of 895 people benefited from health check-up in the camp. On the same occasion, 245 new people registered for Ayushman Bharat-Arogya karnataka health Card. Lunch was also arranged for the public who attended the Janata Darshan program. About 15 counters were opened for this. A police presence was made throughout the program to prevent crowding.