Mantris in search of mantra to solve Indorersquos water woes
| Tuesday | 12th February, 2019
So far, about 8,000 cases have come to fore for further scrutiny,” Bachchan told mediapersons.
He said that state government has chalked out a plan to improve infrastructure in colleges and quality of education.Taking a jibe at Lok Sabha Speaker and Indore MP Sumitra Mahajan, who recently declared herself fit to contest next general elections, Patwari said, “Elderly persons tend to hold on to the key (of power) until their grandsons snatch it from them.”
He added that his government is committed to delivering justice in Vyapam scam while Congress-led state government is also exploring ways for implementation of its one of 971 promises made during assembly polls to introduce police commissioner system in Indore.While talking to media, cabinet minister Jitu Patwari, who also attended the meeting said that due amount of labourers of Hukumchand Mill will soon be released while the process to legalize illegal colonies is underway.
There is no clarity on the policy and it should be sorted out”.To this Bachchan said, “The district administration has assured the committee to prepare an action-plan to deal with problem of water shortage in days to come.”He added that chief minister Kamal Nath has hinted at giving responsibility to health minister Tulsiram Silawat for approving financial aids for treatment of the needy while other measures are also being taken to solve health issues in Indore.“In our Vachan Patra, the party had promised to withdraw fake cases filed against farmers during BJP regime.
Indore: District administration would soon come up with an action plan to deal with Indore’s persistent problem of water shortage, said home minister and minister in charge for Indore Bala Bachchan after district planning committee’s meeting on Monday.“The district administration has assured the committee to prepare an action-plan to deal with problem of water shortage in days to come,” he told mediapersons.Shortage of clean drinking water and lack of clarity over permission for digging borewells were the main issues raised in the meeting, which was held after a gap of about a year.Congress MLA (Depalpur) Vishal Patel while raising the issue of water shortage expressed concerns that the situation may turn tense during summer while Indore-I MLA Sanjay Shukla demanded clarity over the process of giving permission for digging borewells.Shukla, who had reportedly promised voters to dig 600 borewells, said, “After winning, I approached then district collector for a solution to water shortage and on his suggestions, I moved an application seeking permission for digging 20 borewells in first phase but I am still waiting for a reply.
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