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Mamata Banerjee Announces New Neighbourhood Grievance Redressal Programme in Bengal

Mamata Banerjee Announces New Neighbourhood Grievance Redressal Programme in Bengal


File photograph of West Bengal Main Minister Mamata Banerjee.

The chief minister explained that the programme will be launched on January 2 and will keep on till February 15.

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Boasting that the West Bengal government’s ‘Duare Sarkar’ (administration at the doorsteps) programme has been a large achievements, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday declared a new initiative ‘Paray Paray Samadhan’, less than which nearby neighbourhood grievances will be redressed. The main minister mentioned that the programme will be launched on January 2 and will continue until February 15.

“This will not address big infrastructural gaps but will tackle municipal, nearby or company gaps by means of specific mission mode to achieve out to the neighbourhood. This will be supplementary of ‘Duare Sarkar’ which has attained out to crores of men and women. It will be a New Year’s reward,” Banerjee mentioned for the duration of an administrative evaluation conference held here. Main Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay reported, “While ‘Duare Sarkar’ is an individual-oriented programme, neighbourhood complications will be dealt with by this scheme. A different process pressure comprising a principal secretary and a secretary has been appointed for ‘Paray Paray Samadhan’.” He said like ‘Duare Sarkar’, ‘Paray Paray Samadhan’ will also work on real-time mode and candidates will be in a position to keep track of their applications.

“We be expecting to be able to at minimum begin addressing the concerns by February 15,” Bandyopadhyay said. The CMO has received around 10,000 communications regarding issues in the neighbourhoods, he explained.

By means of ‘Duare Sarkar’, the West Bengal government aims to empower remaining-out qualified beneficiaries to avail 11 condition-operate schemes. The programme has commenced on December 1 and will carry on until January 30.



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