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Satoi Range Students writes to government on absence of staffs
Published on 27 May. 2010 12:23 AM IST
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Satoi Range Students’ Union (SRSU), based on its “on-spot report”, has brought to the notice of the state government regarding alleged absence of government servants posted at Satoi EAC headquarters, seeking latter’s immediate intervention for necessary action.
In a letter to state chief secretary, the SRSU vigilance committee convener V. Phushika Aomi and SRSU president Unito Rotokha accused Satoi administrative head (EAC) of being “irresponsible and irregular”, who, they said was found absent for more than a month during their “surprise visit.” Claiming that public was not satisfied with his (EAC) performance in public service, SRSU have “squarely” hold EAC responsible for negligence and irregularities of other employees.
According to signatories, the problems and grievances of the villages could not be forwarded to higher authority because of EAC’s absence from the station. They also accused the EAC of misusing public distribution system facilities like K.oil, AYY rice, and PHC maintenance fund without constitution PHC communitized board.
“His disloyalty will further ruin Satoi area if your authority doesn’t act swiftly as he has been trying to transfer way when the students’ community started enquiry,” the SRSU leader said. Further, brining to the notice of the state government the plight of PHC Satoi, the SRSU said six bedded health centre was in shabby condition with broken door and windows, and that cows and goats were using it as “rest room” for the last five years. It also mentioned that in veterinary department there were no other staffs except a chowkidar.
On social welfare department, the union said village authority did not know the actual beneficiaries of old age pension in Satoi area since no cars were issued to the beneficiary responsible by the CDBO.
Commenting on the plight school education department, the vigilance committee of the SRSU said that with the ongoing “unresolved” SIT report issue, most of the GPS were finding it difficult to handle “teachers’ irregularities.”

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