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Governor hears complaints at public session,disposes off 13

Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil gave a hearing to 16 complaints during the public hearing session on Monday

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 3, 2012 3:21:43 am

Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil gave a hearing to 16 complaints during the public hearing session on Monday. Of these,13 were disposed off on the spot and the remaining have been marked to concerned departments for necessary action.

Jaspal Singh,who along with others worked as seasonal workers with Malaria Wing of Health Department of Chandigarh Administration for about ten years,informed that they were not selected this year as seasonal worker in the department. Patil asked the Home Secretary to check why seasonal workers who worked for about 10 years were not selected again.

In another complaint Jasbir Kaur said that they have purchased a piece of land jointly with LIC. She stated that Police Complaint Authority without hearing the facts gave ex-party decision and asked UT police to register case against them. On inquiring from Inspector General of Police,the Administrator advised them that this matter is of civil nature and best remedy is to go to civil court.

Another complainant S L Goyal requested the repair of old Ropar road from village Palsora to Sector 55 leading to Phase 1,Mohali barrier. The Deputy Commissioner clarified that the tenders have been given and road would be repaired after the rainy season.

Vipin Krishan Kumar along with others requested that they were selected constables in Chandigarh Police and were in waiting list and requested to be adjusted at the earliest. Regarding this,the Inspector General of Police informed the Administrator that they would be allowed to join once the matter was cleared by the Home Department. Patil asked to clear the matter at the earliest and appoint them as per the rules.

In another case Jaginder Singh Sangari said that his son was arrested falsely in a fraud case. The IGP informed that they have moved the case for cancellation and will be taking action against the Investigating Officer as per rules.

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