There was power failure in the meeting of Minister of State Upendra Tiwari in Jaunpur. Within no time the oil of the generator also ran out. The minister took the class of SDO fiercely. The SDO could not respond to any of the minister’s queries.

In-charge Minister Upendra Tiwari and others along with others checking the register at Maharajganj Community Health Center.

In Uttar Pradesh, the claim of providing 18 hours electricity to rural areas is made by the government. But, these claims were exposed in the meeting of Minister of State Upendra Tiwari in Jaunpur. On Thursday, Jaunpur in-charge Upendra Tiwari reached the tour. On the first day, the minister had reached Sikrara block late in the evening to inspect. The meeting was going on in the block auditorium. During this time there was no electricity there. The generator was turned on. When the oil of the generator ran out, all the officials including the minister sat in the dark, then the meeting was held with the light of the torch.

During the meeting, all the officials of the district, including the minister, sat in the dark for about 15 minutes after the generator oil ran out. The power supply at the block headquarters was also disrupted due to the transformer burning. The minister got furious when it was dark during the meeting. The minister took the class of SDO fiercely. The SDO could not answer any of the minister’s queries. The minister has directed DM Manish Kumar Verma to take action.

Upendra Tiwari, Minister of State and in-charge of the district, continued to suffer from flaws on the second day on Friday. Reached Saraikewat of Sujanganj block in the morning. Know the reality of government schemes by putting a chaupal there. Medical superintendent Sujanganj was directed to be removed immediately due to negligence in work.

The Minister of State said that the Medical Superintendent posted at the same CHC and PHC for three years should be transferred. Instructed ADO Panchayat Krishna Kumar to be associated in the office on negligence in work. He directed the Block Development Officer Mungarabadshahpur Virbhanu Singh to verify the toilets built in the development block and submit the report within four days. Additional Superintendent of Police, City Sanjay Kumar was directed to make arrangements for chairs and drinking water for the complainants in all the police stations.

The minister in charge suddenly inspected CHC Maharajganj while going to Sujanganj. During this, expressed displeasure over the filth in the hospital. Inspected the attendance register, in which medical officer in-charge Shashikant Patel along with X-ray technician Abhishek Kumar and clerk Ravindra Pratap Singh were found absent. On this, CDO Anupam Shukla was directed to issue show cause notices to all. On the other hand, taking the complaint of the villagers seriously when Dr. Sweety, the dentist present in the hospital, did not come every day, ordered to issue show cause notice to them also.

The Minister of State went to the dental room and examined the medical equipment. During this, the concerned were reprimanded for the dust on the equipment and the bedsheet in the vaccination room getting dirty. During this, Badlapur MLA Ramesh Chandra Mishra complained about the non-construction of the water tank and the construction of the residence of the health workers even after a decade, on which the minister directed the CDO to investigate and take action.

Minister of State Upendra Tiwari made a surprise inspection of Badlapur Kotwali on Friday while going to Sujanganj. During this, the people present and the party workers complained about the SI Kashyap Singh and Munshi Ravi Shankar Bharti posted in the police station and said that both of them do not work without taking money. Expressing displeasure on this, the minister in charge directed the SP City Dr. Sanjay Kumar, who was present on the spot, to suspend them and inform them.

The Minister also inspected the complaint register to be registered at the Women’s Help Desk. When only one or two complaints were registered on two dates, he asked CO Chob Singh the reason for less complaints being registered. On which he expressed displeasure over the lack of proper answer and the shabby wire and dirt hanging in the premises. During this, Minister of State Girish Yadav, MLA Ramesh Chandra Mishra, Inspector-in-Charge Pawan Upadhyay etc. were present.


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