Realty firm em­ployee robbed of Rs 9.90 lakh

MLAs say se­nior of­fi­cers of district do not give proper re­sponse to the com­mit­tee mem­bers

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PATNA: Three uniden­ti­fied crim­i­nals robbed a real es­tate firm em­ployee of Rs 9.90 lakh in Patna on Fri­day. Pradeep Ku­mar alias Deepu Ku­mar, an em­ployee of Shriti De­vel­oper Pri­vate Lim­ited, said he was robbed when he was on way to his of­fice at Ka­tra Bazar from Mal­salami branch of State Bank of In­dia.

MLAS BIRANCHI

NARAYAN, BADAL PATRALEKH, RAJ KU­MAR YA­DAV AND DHULLU MAHTO AT­TENDED THE MEET­ING AS MEM­BERS OF THE COM­MIT­TEE. MLA RAJ SINHA WAS PRESENT AS A QUESTIONER IN THE MEET­ING

DHAN­BAD: The call at­ten­tion and un­touched ques­tion im­ple­men­ta­tion com­mit­tee (CAUQIMC) of the Jhark­hand leg­isla­tive assem­bly has de­cided to call sec­re­taries of the de­part­ments of health and sports and youth af­fairs on De­cem­ber 17 to dis­cuss is­sues re­lated to Patlipu­tra Med­i­cal Col­lege and Hos­pi­tal (PMCH), and the un­der con­struc­tion mega sports com­plex here.

Arup Chat­ter­jee, Nirsa leg­is­la­tor and chair­man of the CAUQIMC and other com­mit­tee mem­bers on Fri­day in­spected the in­com­plete mega sta­dium com­plex to get first-hand in­for­ma­tion re­gard­ing the sta­dium that is un­der con­struc­tion for past eight years.

The com­mit­tee chair­man said, “Keep­ing in mind the peo­ple, the com­mit­tee has de­cided to call sec­re­taries of both health depart­ment as well as sports and youth af­fairs to dis­cuss is­sues on De­cem­ber 17 at Ranchi. The com­mit­tee has also called PMCH prin­ci­pal and su­per­in­ten­dent on the same day to dis­cuss the seat re­duc­tion is­sue.”

“The num­ber of seats in PMCH was re­duced by Med­i­cal Coun­cil of In­dia (MCI) from 100 to 50 from 2017. The com­mit­tee wants to know why the gov­ern­ment failed to ful­fill re­quired cri­te­ria by the MCI for in­creas­ing the seats,” added the leg­is­la­tor.

Chat­ter­jee said de­part­men­tal au­thor­i­ties in Dhan­bad have al­ready sent a re­vised es­ti­mate of Rs 8.35 crore for com­plet­ing the sta­dium. How­ever, it re­mains pend­ing at the de­part­men­tal sec­re­tary level.

Chat­ter­jee also ex­pressed con­cern that se­nior of­fi­cers of the district, in­clud­ing the deputy com­mis­sioner and the su­per­in­ten­dent of po­lice do not give proper re­sponse to the assem­bly com­mit­tees. “In Dhan­bad, nei­ther the DC nor SP at­tended the meet­ings. The is­sue would be re­ported to theVid­han Sabha in writ­ing. The assem­bly speaker too would be ap­prised of the sce­nario,” said Chat­ter­jee.

MLAs Biranchi Narayan, Badal Patralekh, Raj Ku­mar Ya­dav and Dhullu Mahto at­tended the meet­ing as mem­bers of the com­mit­tee. MLA Raj Sinha was present as a questioner in the meet­ing.

BIJAY/HT PHOTO

■ Assem­bly com­mit­tee mem­bers at the mega sports com­plex in Dhan­bad on Fri­day.

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