Do not keep any file pending for more than 3 days : Sorake directs MCC staff
Mangalore, September 3: The urban development minister Vinay Kumar Sorake suddenly visited the Mangalore City Corporation on Tuesday and investigated the working process of officials and suggested them to serve the people without any delay.
On the occasion he visited the different departments and along with the MCC commissioner S. Ajith Kumar Hegde, he collected the information of every necessity. After that in the meet he said with MCC commissioner that no file should be remain to complete more than 3 days and he also told them to give the details of remaining fails in the office.
The official brought notice to minister about the shortage of staffs and in the response minister said that the request will be send to financial department and soon the workers will be heir.
During his meeting, the Minister directed MCC Commissioner Ajith Kumar Hegde to submit a report within 15 days regarding the proposed Greater Mangalore Project aimed at extending the limits of the MCC and also providing improved amenities.
The Minister pointed out that already the local administrative bodies of Moodbidri and Ullal have agreed to include their areas in MCC limits and directed the Commissioner to submit a report on the measures to be taken in this regard.
He also visited the various departments and spoke to the staff and asked them to ensure steps to see that no file is kept pending for more than three days.
On this occasion, officials brought to the notice of the minister the staff shortage. Reacting to the same, the minister said a proposal has already been made and requisite staff would soon be appointed.
He also informed that the second phase KUDCEMP would soon be implemented in Mangalore, Kundapur, Udupi and Puttur. He said title deeds will be distributed to the poor who have constructed houses on government lands and are residing there for more than 15 years.
Addressing the presspersons he said that the methods are taken to bring the Mangalore under Greater Mangalore and Mulki, Ullal, Konaje will be joined under this as request by local MLAs and ministers and regarding decision will be taken, he said.
According the 2011 survey, more than 10000 population local institutions will be taken under corporation coverage along with that agricultural land, which is less than 50 percent and municipality, corporations also will be formed, he said.
In the 2040 mode Master plan will be taken and basic necessities will be provided to people during that time. Regarding the Lakya dam, he said that if water is not used for drinking, then it will use for factories and investigation is under process, he said.
Report By: Sathish Kapikad