SHIMLA-16 June, 2019-Around 2500 demands and complaints were received during the Jan Manch organised in all the 12 districts of the state on Sunday, as per the reports reaching on the headquarters.

Mandi district

As many as 338 complaints and demands received during Jan Manch organised at Mandi Sadar constituency of Mandi district which was presided over by IPH Minister Mahender Singh. 91 complaints were disposed off on the occasion and he directed the related departments to make sure to resolve the remaining as soon as possible.

Mahender Singh said that more than 25225 complaints have been received and out of which 20062 have been redressed during Jan Manch organised so far now.

He said that Rs. 45 Crore drinking water scheme funded by BRICS will be started in Mandi and apart from this another scheme worth Rs. 50 Crore will be implemented in Kotli region.

Sirmour district

Dr. Rajiv Bindal presided over the Jan Manch at Pachad in Sirmour district. As many as 290 cases were received and 110 were disposed off on the spot and the Minister directed to resolve the remaining complaints and demands within 10 days.

On the occasion Dr. Bindal said that Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur during his Frankfurt visit have invited entrepreneurs and investors to invest in the State and due to that employment opportunities will be generated to the unemployed youth of the state. He also distributed 88 new gas connections under Chief Minister Grihini Suvidha Yojana.

Kinnaur district

In Kinnaur district, the Jan Manch was organised at Sangla which was presided over by Town and Country Planing Minister Sarveen Chaudhary. Speaking on the occasion, she said that the state government is working for women empowerment and various schemes have been launched in this regard.

As many as 294 demands and complaints were received during Jan Manch. The Minister honoured the beneficiaries of Beti Hai Anmol scheme and distributed free gas connections to all the beneficiaries on this occasion.

Chamba district

As many as 350 complaints and demands received during Jan Manch organised at Dalhousie constituency of Chamba district which was presided over by Education Minister Suresh Bhardwaj. All the demands and complaints received were disposed off on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion Suresh Bhardwaj said that State Government is working for the empowerment of women and various schemes have been launched in this regards. The target of distributing 127 free LPG connections under Grihini Suvidha Yojana in all the identified panchayats of the district have been achieved. He said that State government is making all out efforts to provide better education facilities to the students of the state.

Free health camp was also organised by Health department and different and also honoured the beneficiaries of Beti Hai Anmol Scheme on the occasion.

Lahul-Spiti district

Agriculture Minister Ram Lal Markanda presided over the Jan Manch at Kelong in Lahul-Spiti district. As many as 144 complaints were received and 103 were disposed off on the spot and the Minister directed to resolve the remaining complaints and demands as soon as possible.

Kullu district

Health Minister Vipin Singh Parmar said that Jan Manch has proved to be a great success and other states of the country. He was presiding over the Jan Manch Banjar in Kullu district.

As many as 83 complaints and demands were received during the programme out of which 61 were redressed on the spot.

While presiding over the programme Vipin Singh Parmar said that on the demand of people the State Government is filling up 200 posts of Doctors through Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission

He distributed free gas connections to 72 women under the Ujjwala scheme in the district. Under Beti Bachao, Beti Padaho and Beti Ha Anmol Schemes he distributed the fixed deposit of Rs.10000 and Rs. 12000 to girl child. 11 new Him Care Cards and Ayushmaan Cards to 20 people have also been distributed on this occasion.

Una district

As many as 242 complaints and demands received during Jan Manch organised at Kutlehar constituency of Una district which was presided over by Rural Development Minister Virender Kanwar. All the demands and complaints received were disposed off on the occasion.

Virender Kanwar said that the state government is committed to provide good governance and to facilitate the people of the state so that it can be assured that every eligible person is getting benefits of government schemes. He said that Jan Manch Programme is emerging as a powerful means of solving common people's grievances.

He said that many cases related to settlement are coming out in the Department of Revenue and Seprate Jan Manch would be organised to solve those cases.

He distributed 10 Baby kits and issued 18 new health cards under Him Care scheme. Prime Minister message regarding water conservation was also read during the occasion

Shimla district

Chief Whip Narender Bragta presided over the Jan Manch at Badagaon in Shimla district. As many as 156 complaints and demands were received during the programme.

While presiding over the occasion Narender Bragta said that Rs. 200 Crore have been approved for the channelization of Pabbar river, Rs. 5 Crore , 90 Lakh have been sanctioned under NABARD for Sandhor Bridge and Rs. 8 Crore to develop Chanshal under eco- tourism. He said that for the construction of Bakhirna Bridge Rs. 16 Crore and for the construction of road in Rohru under Mukhiya Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana Rs. 2 Crore and 90 Lakh. He said that Rs. 18.12 Lakh for the construction of CA store in Rohru, Rs. 4 Crore 80 Lakh for Tutu Pani, Rs. Two Crore for Jarol- Tikkar, and Rs. 14.78 Lakh for Gumma- Kotkhai have also been already sanctioned.

He also distributed FDs amounting to Rs. 60 thousand to five girl child and LPG connections to 10 illegible beneficiaries on the occasion.

Bilaspur district

As many as 257 demands and complaints were received during Jan Manch organized at Jhandutta constituency of Bilaspur district which was presided over by Vice Chairman of State Planning Board Ramesh Dhawala.

On this occasion 15 Special Category Certificates, 86 Ayushmaan health cards, 13 Him Care health Cards, 9 new Adhar Cards were issued. He said that under Beti hai Anmol scheme FDRs of 10 to 12 thousand have also been given to 17 eligible girls. Information about various schemes being run by the state government was also given during the programme.