Education, Parliamentary Affairs and Law Minister Suresh Bhardwaj, while presiding over the Jan Manch program in Gram Panchayat Seri Bungalow of Karsog assembly constituency in Mandi district on Sunday, described Jan Manch as an effective tool to address the problems of the general public. Said that Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur Mandi himself supervises the Jan Manch. After reviewing each pending problem, the answers of the officers are summoned. Earlier, Suresh Bhardwaj launched the Jan Manch program at 10 am in the premises of Government Senior Secondary School in the Gram Panchayat Seri Bungalow under Karsog assembly constituency. Karsog MLA Heera Lal was also present on this occasion. In the program, the problems of the people of 12 panchayats of the area were settled on the spot.The local village panchayat seri bungalows including the people of Balidhar, Chauridhar, Khadra, Shahot, Thakur thana, Richni, Kelodhar, Dubrot, Mehandi, Bhanera and Pokhi Panchayat were included.About 1500 people participated in the program.
The schools will take care of the plants planted on the campus.
On this occasion, all departments put up stalls and informed the people about the related government schemes. The minister inspected all the stalls and inquired about the services being provided to the people. Inauguration of Chief Minister’s Green School Scheme On this occasion, the Education Minister launched the Chief Minister’s Green School Scheme for Mandi district by planting a deodar plant in the premises of Seri Bungalow School. The government is taking steps to make the campus of every educational institution green.The schools will take care of the plants planted on the campus. On this occasion, the Education Minister said that in the last one year seven thousand vacant posts of teachers have been filled. On the demand of sending teachers to various schools, he directed the Deputy Director Higher and Secondary Education to inspect the schools and take appropriate steps by exploring the possibilities of rationalization.Said that the school which has less than 10 children will be considered for closure.