1st block administrative meeting to be held at Jhargram on June 14
Now after returning to power for the second term, one of the thrust area of the government led by
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is to bring more development by completing the half done works and starting the projects which are in the pipeline.
Thus, the first block level administrative review meeting that is going to take place on June 14 is going to be one of the most crucial one, as discussion of progress report of different projects will take place there.
It may be recollected that Banerjee had announced on June 3, after holding the first state level administrative review meeting at Town Hall in Kolkata that she would start her district tour to hold the block level administrative review meetings from Jangalmahal.
The meeting would be held at Jhargram in West Midnapore. Senior district officials had prepared all documents and reports. Those documents have already been sent to the state secretariat in Nabanna.
Senior officials of the state government including Chief Secretary and Home Secretary will be present in the meeting. Starting from construction of bridges that had been a long standing demand of the local people to setting up of super-speciality hospital has brought a sea of change in the lives of the people in the past five years.
People had to travel a long distance for a better treatment, but with the setting up of the hospital it is not a problem anymore.
Krishibazar, ITI college, model school has also come up. Moreover, the implementation of projects including Khadya Sathi, Kanyashree and Sabuj Sathi have also being implemented. The policemen in the district were also busy to ensure safety and security of the Chief Minister.
Arrangements have been made to tighten up security on the routes through which her convoy would pass.
Dog and bomb squads were found busy in frisking operations and people were found working at a war footing at the place at Jhargram where the administrative review meeting will take place. From Sunday onwards, the police were allowing a person to enter the place only after his or her identity card is shown.