The state government Wednesday came out with stringent inspection guidelines for officers including divisional commissioners, district magistrates and SSPs ahead of the assembly elections. Even district development officers and municipal commissioners have been given an inspection schedule.
As per the guidelines, district magistrates and SSPs have been asked to conduct joint inspection in at least three gram sabhas every month from April and review disposal of complaints given from the respective villages in weekly ‘tehsil diwas’ and also during ‘samadhan diwas’. Apart from this, DMs will have to inspect at least two departments’ offices or tehsil offices in a month.
Additional District Magistrates and Additional Superintendents of Police have to conduct spot inspection in at least three gram sabhas and hold on-spot public hearing. Chief Development Officers in the districts would be inspecting at least four offices under him every month and these should primarily include offices situated away from the district headquarters.
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As per the instructions, sub divisional magistrates and police circle officers would have to visit minimum four villages of different blocks in a month, whereas district development officers or project directors in the district should visit at least two blocks and two offices. Similarly, Municipal Commissioners should hold public hearing in at least four wards or zones every month.
The Chief Medical Officer of every district has been asked to inspect minimum two ANM centres, two primary health centres and two community health centres every month. District Magistrates have also been asked to co-ordinate with CMOs, who have been asked to conduct a medical camp in the scheduled village a day before inspection of the Commissioner or DM in that respective village.
District-level officers have been asked to communicate and publicise the dates of these inspections at least three days before by using traditional methods as well as via social media so that a large number of people can participate in the local hearings conducted by these officers. Monthly report of these inspections would be prepared at the level of District Magistrate and the Commissioners every month.
In the past too, the government had fixed inspection schedule for senior officers including Principal Secretaries, Secretaries as well as for Chief Secretary.