Haryana

HARYANA CM DIRECTED CHIEF SECRETARY TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE FOR PASSING WRONG MAPS

October 11, 2017 06:09 PM

Urban Local Bodies Minister Mrs. Kavita Jain said that the five officials included the then Executive Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Jagadhari-Yamunanagar, Ramesh Madhan (now Superintending Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Ambala), Municipal Secretary, Rajender Prasad (now Municipal Secretary, Kharkhoda), retired Corporation Engineer, Vinod Gupta, the then Building Inspector, Surender Verma (now Municipal Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Panchkula).

Chandigarh (Face2News)

Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has directed the Chief Secretary to take action against Bijender Kumar, HCS, Joint Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Yamunanagar and other five municipality officials for getting passed maps of ‘The Thapar Industrial Workers Cooperative Housing Committee Limited, Yamunanagar’ in a wrong manner.

While stating this here today, Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs. Kavita Jain said that the five officials included the then Executive Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Jagadhari-Yamunanagar, Ramesh Madhan (now Superintending Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Ambala), Municipal Secretary, Rajender Prasad (now Municipal Secretary, Kharkhoda), retired Corporation Engineer, Vinod Gupta, the then Building Inspector, Surender Verma (now Municipal Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Panchkula).

The Minister said that by the end of 2015, the issue of getting maps passed in wrong manner was raised. After that, Chairman of the District Public Relations and Grievances Redressal Committee directed the Additional Deputy Commissioner, Yamunanagar to investigate the matter.

She said that after investigation of the matter, a departmental proposal was prepared on the basis of the report submitted by Additional Deputy Commissioner, Yamunanagar. She said that the State Government is moving ahead with zero tolerance policy and strict action would be taken against erring officers and officials.

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