Deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya has directed chief growth officers (CDOs) to work on the Gujarat model for the cleanliness and growth of the general public amenities in villages in Uttar Pradesh.
Addressing the joint growth commissioners and chief growth officers of all of the districts in a gathering organised at Yojana Bhawan on Wednesday, Maurya stated that the soul of the nation resides within the villages, and a brand new revolution of growth needs to be introduced in villages.
Officers ought to work with group spirit to set new data of growth within the village. The message of good work ought to go to the general public, he stated.
Directions have been given to pick 10 gram panchayats which might be lagging behind in growth work in every block. The CDO ought to examine probably the most backward gram panchayat of the district a minimum of as soon as a month, he stated.
All beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Rural ought to be given the permissible amenities underneath all circumstances. Girls beneficiaries of PM Awas Yojana-Rural and Chief Minister Awas Yojana-Rural ought to be linked to the teams fashioned underneath the Livelihood Mission.
The deputy CM stated, about 2.5 lakh public grievances have been solved by way of chaupals. Chaupals ought to be made so efficient that they turn into a model for different states.
Minister of state for rural growth, Vijayalakshmi Gautam, agriculture manufacturing commissioner, Manoj Kumar Singh and extra chief secretary, rural growth division, Himanshu Kumar expressed their views.