Mass contact programme tomorrow

Preparations for Chief Minister’s mass contact programme have entered the last stage, District Collector P I Sheik Pareeth has said.

Published: 24th October 2013 12:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th October 2013 12:32 PM   |  A+A-

Preparations for Chief Minister’s mass contact programme have entered the last stage, District Collector P I Sheik Pareeth has said. The programme is scheduled for Friday.

Senior officials under the leadership of the District Collector and IG K Padmakumar evaluated the preparations on Wednesday.

The Collector said a high-level meeting, chaired by Excise Minister K Babu, on Thursday would take a final decision about public entry and security matters.

“Gates that should allow entry to public will be decided after a police report is received,” the Collector said. According to statistics furnished by the district administration, 3,245 complaints were registered online.

Another 1,636 complaints were received at different taluk offices in the last two days. “As of now, there are 6,000 complaints,” the Collector said. The district administration is planning to find solutions to most of the complaints on Thursday itself.

“With 560 complaints, Kanayannur taluk has registered largest number of complaints. Kunnathunadu, Paravur, Moovatupuzha, Kothamangalam and Kochi taluks registered 281, 164, 200, 191 and 320 complaints, respectively. A large number of applicants have requested financial assistance from the medical aid fund of the Chief Minister. There are also complaints about resurvey, pokkuvaravu (mutation of property), land under the Zero Landless Project and employment,” the Collector said.

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