Bhopal: Ministers focus on complaints against officers in one-to-one discussions

Staff ReporterUpdated: Friday, June 18, 2021, 12:59 AM IST
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BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan held one-to-one discussions with five ministers on Thursday.

During the one-to-one meeting, the ministers focused on the complaints against the officers.

Minister for mines Brajendra Pratap Singh complained to Chouhan about the negative attitude of the principal secretary of the department Sukhveer Singh.

The minister said that the mining contractors should be given some relief, as many of them are leaving the state. Chouhan assured the minister that he would look into the matter.

Agriculture Minister Kamal Patel said that he is with the Chief Minister with full strength. Patel discussed a few issues related to Mandis.

School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar discussed about certain issues related to schools.

Chouhan assured Parmar that he would soon start the CM Rise Schools.

How schools closed due to Covid-19 can be reopened soon also figured the discussions.

Health Minister Prabhuram Choudhary discussed the announcements made during the by-election in his assembly constituency in Raisen.

Forest Minister Vijay Shah complained about some of the officers of his department.

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