Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal’s Office Twitter Handle @cmohry is working constantly to resolve tweets – including ones bearing allegations of corruption charges. The State Government is at the service of the people of the state to ensure….
- Chandigarh, February 19 – Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal’s Office Twitter Handle @cmohry is working constantly to resolve tweets – including ones bearing allegations of corruption charges. The State Government is at the service of the people of the state to ensure Good Governance.
- The Social Media Grievance Tracker (SMGT) came to the rescue of a retired Border Security Force (BSF) soldier, Mr. Partap Singh – who tweeted that the officers at Tehsildar Office, Loharu, had demanded extra money for processing the application for transferring his property.
- Sharing details in this regard, IT Consultant to Chief Minister, Mr. Dhruv Majumdar said that a tweet was received on the Twitter handle stating that when he asked the officers at Tehsildar Office to process the transfer of the land the officer demanded Rs 500 – even though the charges for it are Rs 200 and he wasn’t even provided a receipt for the same. The SMGT Team swung into action immediately – the officers thereafter, accepting the mistake called him and returned the remaining Rs 300.
- Similarly, in another tweet on SMGT regarding issuance of ration card being faced by a practising Chartered Accountant (CA), Mr. Ashok Gangwal, a resident of Gurugram, wherein he alleged that fraud is being committed in the name of Ration Agent and that he was fraudulently charged fees of Rs. 407 – in the name of One Nation, One Ration Card, without providing any services. Subsequently, Mr. Gangwal received a call from the Food Department, who helped him in the process. Mr. Majumdar has requested the people of the state to beware of fraudulent websites.
- Besides this, in another tweet received at the Chief Minister’s Office Twitter Handle @cmohry recently regarding challaning by the police without issuing a challan receipt, the complainant, Dr. Satya Saraswat, a hair transplant surgeon, immediately received a response from the Haryana Police and the slip was issued on a priority basis.