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Mulls to bring new law to curb corruption: CM

SHIMLA 29th January, 2024

MLAs from Solan, Chamba, Bilaspur and Lahaul-Spiti districts present their priorities in second session

Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu, while presiding over the second session of the MLAs priority meeting of Solan, Chamba, Bilaspur and Lahaul-Spiti districts for the annual estimated budget plans for the year 2024-25 said that the government mulls to bring a law to curb corruption thereby bringing transparency in the system. “We are committed to provide transparent and accountable governance and completely axe corruption” he remarked. He said that to effectively resolve public grievances and provide efficient administration the state government has started the ‘Sarkar Gaon ke Dwar’ programme acknowledged by the masses.
To curb drug menace and mining mafia, the state government is taking stringent measures on priority. We are also taking up measures to solve the problem of stray animals and provide shelter to these animals, said Sh. Sukhu.
District Solan
MLA from Nalagarh assembly constituency K.L. Thakur stressed the need to crack down on drug and mining mafia along the bordering areas. He also praised the better work of the state government during the disaster. He demanded for reconstruction of the Dabhota Bridge damaged during the disaster.
MLA Kasauli Vinod Sultanpuri said that there was a demand to connect Parwanoo and Kamli industrial areas with the National Highway and to build a flyover at Taksaal railway gate. He demanded to prepare DPR of Kaushalya Dam soon and also demanded to take up the matter of starting theme based trains on the Shimla-Kalka railway track with the Ministry of Railways.
District Chamba
Churah assembly constituency MLA Dr. Hansraj demanded transfer of offices of some departments to other areas of the state to reduce population pressure on Shimla. He demanded rehabilitation of the house owners displaced by the power projects of Churah area and providing permanent jobs to their family members.
Bharmour assembly constituency MLA Dr. Janak Raj demanded to increase the number of ambulances in the area. He demanded filling of vacant posts in the education department. He said that Manimahesh Yatra is held from Janmashtami to Radha Ashtami, which should be extended by five more days, so that local residents can also get employment. He also demanded the opening of the Wool Federation office in Bharmour.
Chamba MLA Neeraj Nayyar demanded construction of Chamba-Chowari tunnel below Jot. He expressed his gratitude to the Chief Minister for providing Rs 165 crore for Chamba Medical College and Rs 13 crore for the construction of heliport in Chamba and parking facilities.
MLA D.S. Thakur from Dalhousie assembly segment demanded to fill the vacant posts of doctors and para medical staff to improve health facilities in his constituency. He demanded funds to be provided for repairing drinking water schemes and starting bus service from Saloni to Tanda. He demanded construction of a new bus stand in Dalhousie.
District Bilaspur
MLA Jhanduta Jeet Ram Katwal urged to expedite the preparation of DPR of three pending bridges in his constituency. He demanded funds for the under construction CHC Talai and Civil Hospital Berthin and also sought to solve the problem of low-voltage in the area.
MLA Trilok Jamwal of Bilaspur assembly segment demanded promotion of tourism activities in Bilaspur. Besides requests to solve the problem of low-voltage, he also stressed on launching an awareness campaign to eliminate the problem of drug menace.
MLA Shri Naina Devi Ji, AC,Randhir Sharma demanded to expedite the FCA and FRA cases, so that the development works could not be affected. He also urged to fill the posts of field staff in Jal Shakti Department and to retain the bus service on the old Swarghat-Bilaspur route benefiting the local residents.
District Lahaul-Spiti
MLA Ravi Thakur demanded to merge the Rural Development Department and Panchayati Raj Department at the district level. He also suggested cultivation and marketing of medicinal plants in the state and demanded repair of Shanti Stupas in Lahaul-Spiti district so that tourism can be promoted in a big way.
Chief Secretary, Prabodh Saxena presented the vote of thanks.
Deputy Chief Minister, Mukesh Agnihotri, Health Minister, Dr. (Col.) Dhani Ram Shandil, Technical Education Minister, Rajesh Dharmani, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Ram Kumar, Principal Advisor to the Chief Minister, Ram Subhag Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Onkar Chand Sharma, Director General of Police, Sanjay Kundu, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Bharat Khera, Principal Secretary Finance, Devesh Kumar, Advisor Planning, Dr. Basu Sood along with administrative secretaries, heads of department and Deputy Commissioners of the respective districts were also present in the meeting.

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