Madhya Pradesh: Junior Supply Officer in Guna fails to distribute free rations, suspended

FP News ServiceUpdated: Wednesday, June 02, 2021, 10:12 PM IST
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Guna: A junior supply officer Shivram Singh Kushwaha was suspended with immediate effect on Tuesday, for failing to distribute free ration of 3-months among villagers of Sonaheda panchayat.

Collector has given strict instructions to everyone that any kind of negligence will not be tolerated in this work. When he came to know that the

Collector Frank Noble Kushwaha suspended the JSO under Rule 9 of Madhya Pradesh Civil Services Classification, Control and Appeal Rules 1966 for failing to operate Public Distribution Shop in Singapura as per norms.

During the pandemic, the Madhya Pradesh government has ordered that free food grains for 3 months and food grains for 2 months under the Prime Minister's scheme be distribute to the poor.

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