Khargone (Madhya Pradesh): CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has instructed all divisional commissioners, collectors and SP to determine historical wells and open bores throughout the state. The assembly held through video-conferencing geared toward stopping repeat of Indore’s bawdi accident that claimed 36 lives on Ram Navmi.
Later district collector Shivraj Singh Verma instructed all CEOs and CMOs to organize a listing of steps wells. On Monday, Verma chaired a time-limit (TL) assembly on the collectorate the place he instructed officers to stay vigilant about wells and step wells which have been lined with out filling. Khargone CMO stated that district had 9 step wells and 97 wells. All of them have been no . The collector later sought village-wise data of open tube wells on the earliest.
District panchayat CEO Jyoti Sharma, extra collector JS Baghel, joint collector Shirali Jain and different district officers additionally attended the assembly. As many as 36 folks had died after they fell into step-well after its roof caved-in at Beleshwar Mahadev temple in Indore throughout Ram-Navmi celebrations.
Collector additionally requested officers to redress CM Helpline complaints pending for greater than 50 days. There are 461 complaints in district panchayat, 339 in city our bodies, 371 in income division, 157 in well being division, 151 in public well being engineering, 578 of NVDA division are pending. Verma additionally directed officers concerning preparations forward of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan go to to Khargone district on April 14.
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