Monday, January 18, 2010

Bihar administration does not care for public complaints on misuses of public money, even though they have been made to the Chief Minister

Khagaria, Bihar

The Bihar Administration is a living day example of feudal attitude. Nitish Kumar visits village areas and asks for complaints by the common people, but it is only a show of good governance. Some examples of thousands of experiences are given below.

  1. A Health Sub Centre was approved after large struggle in Teliabathan, Block-Parbatta, District-Khagaria, Bihar. Building Construction started in 2006 and construction was stopped without completing the Health Sub Centre. A complaint was made by Abhinandan Kumar s/o Mahendra Prasad Mandal to the Chief Minister on 11th February 2009. The enquiry report was submitted to the enquiry officer months before, but no action has been taken yet.

  2. Another complaint was made to the Chief Minister by Abhinandan Kumar s/o Mahendra Prasad Mandal against AGANBARI centres for irregularities and uses of fraud vouchers to withdraw government-funds. According to government rules, a AGANBARI centre will be terminated immediately if complaints will be found true by enquiry officer. The enquiry officer submitted his report in the October 2009 but no action has been taken yet.

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GRI Reporter

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