Indore : The arrival and departure of government officials in their respective offices will be monitored closely through mobile punching. Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey informed Chief Secretary Antony De Sa of the progress in a high-level meeting on Friday. Ways to make it operational more effective were discussed in detail.

Dubey also informed the CS of the proposal to construct 150 new Government residences on the land near 57 very old residences, who suggested ways to make the scheme better.

Dubey told De Sa about Narmada Parikrama Yojna which is being implemented under Mukhyamantri Teerath Darshan Yojna in the State. The CS ordered that work on this project should start as soon as possible with cooperation of the State Tourism Board. Under this scheme, 2624 km of Narmada parikrama could be completed in 18 days.

Dubey later told Free Press that De Sa lauded the three schemes proposed by him under ‘Navachar’ and gave his informal nod to start work on them. Collector Akash Tripathi, IMC Commissioner Rakesh Singh, Indore Development Authority (IDA) CEO Deepak Singh, Indore forest officers and officials of related departments were present.

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