CM Tirath Singh Rawat check pulse of the MLAs, removed their displeasure in his 100 days tenure 

Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has managed to quell the displeasure of the party legislators during his 100-day tenure

CM Tirath Singh Rawat check pulse of the MLAs, removed their displeasure in his 100 days tenure 

Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has managed to quell the displeasure of the party legislators during his 100-day tenure. Realizing the problems faced by the MLAs in resolving the pending works in the assembly constituencies, the Chief Minister has tried to solve them. This is the reason why party MLAs seem satisfied with his work. Chief Minister Tirath Rawat said that I took over as CM at a time when the second wave of Corona was coming in front. Even in the war against Corona, every effort was made to control the infection and now the state government has made full preparations to deal with the possible third wave.

According to Tirath, in the course of development, such roads were approved in different areas, which were stuck for years. Even the MLAs themselves could not imagine that the roads of their areas would be approved between Covid. He said that during the review of various assembly constituencies, along with approving the budget for these connectivity routes, he directed the officers that work should be started on all the roads or schemes whose budget has been released, as soon as the rains are over. Giving the example of CHC-PHC, the Chief Minister said that earlier doctors used to visit very less in these. These centers were relied upon by the pharmaceutical or para medical staff.

Doctors were deployed in all these centers, the CM also asked the legislators whether the doctors had joined or not. Tirath said that Monday, Tuesday and Thursday have been fixed in a week to meet the MLAs, so that the MLAs can keep a blueprint of the pending development works of their respective areas and they can also be disposed of soon.

After talking to every MLA of the party, know the major problems of their assembly constituencies and take steps to solve them. Now, three days a week, steps will be taken by meeting the MLAs and taking information about the pending development works of their areas. Along with this, the works related to the public are also being done at a fast pace said Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat