Thoubal/Ukhrul: “Meeyamgi Numit” (People’s Day) was successfully organised by the District Administration Thoubal Friday at the Counting Hall of the Deputy Commissioner’s Office Complex for the month of November. As in the preceding months, Deputy Commissioner, Thoubal, A. Subhash Singh, heard various grievances and demands of the public personally.
Speaking to the media, the DC said: “Meeyamgi Numit ” was held to meet the grievances of the people living in the village and far-flung areas. He said the District Administration could solve the problems and grievances of the public. He said most of the grievances are related to old age pension schemes, CMHT cards and the District Administration is trying its best to resolve the problems and grievances of the public along with the concerned departments at the earliest. He appealed to the people of the District to come forward and place their grievances and take the benefits of various welfare schemes introduced by the Government.
The Deputy Commissioner also distributed CMHT cards to two beneficiaries. Around 109 written applications were received today relating to different schemes including 28 applications for CMHT cards, 37 application for old age &12 for Widow pension cards and grievances related to other departments like PHED, Police among others.
Twenty (20) stalls of different departments were opened to meet the demand of the public including Police, CMO, ICDS, ZEO, MSPDCL, Veterinary, Agriculture and Fishery.
SP Thoubal, Jogeshchandra Haobijam; CMO Thoubal, Dr.Y.Nokul; all Sub- Divisional Officers; and other District level Officers of different departments attended the programme to address the grievances of the general public.
In Ukhrul, the District Administration organized its 5th edition of District Hill Leaders Day and Meeyamgi Numit with an aim to make the governance more citizen-centric, proactive and programme implementation effective at DRDA Hall, Mini-Secretariat, Ukhrul Friday.
District Health Society, Horticulture & Soil Conservation, District Agriculture, District Social Welfare, ICDS, CAF&PD, Handloom & Textiles, District Social Welfare, District Industrial Corporation, One Stop Centre, PMGSY, PWD, UDCRMS, Autonomous District Council and ZEO were some of the major line department among 28 departments present.
During the programme, each applicant’s grievances were heard by Deputy Commissioner, Ukhrul. Krishna Kumar in the presence of CEO, Peter Kashungnao, ADM Chunglenmang and DFO Shanngam. After consultations, applicants were later sent to the department heads for resolution.
In the event, the DC of Ukhrul distributed baby kits to 6 female children and their mothers under the initiative program of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao. The Department of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution gave out 5 kg of rice each to 4 persons of ONORC. Further, The District Horticulture & Soil Conservations distributed Drip & Sprinklers & Equipment to three beneficiaries.
Meanwhile, the District Health Society issued 12 Birth & Death certificates, three CMHT cards and two PMJAY. The District Social Welfare received 13 old age and widow pension applications under MOAPS, CMST and CMWPS. CAF,PD also received 3 applications for ration cards, Veterinary Department gave out KCC Loan to two beneficiaries and DIC gave out 1 E-Shram card. On the other hand, the District Revenue department gave out 16 certificates of Unmarried, Character, Distance, Land Valuation and Religion.
Out of 120 public in attendance, 40 local/ villages were registered and 69 applications/ grievances were received. The district administration will hold its next program on the third Friday of December.