Cuttack DCP launches WhatsApp amount to handle grievances of taxpayers | Bhubaneswar News


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BHUBANESWAR: As Covid pandemic influenced the behavior of public grievances in the majority of federal offices, Cuttack deputy commissioner of police (DCP) Prateek Singh on Sunday launched a WhatsApp amount (8763068167) to deal with the complaints of individuals in this catastrophe.
“I invite grievances from those in distress in addition to real data in video and graphic formats out of informants around the WhatsApp number. I will monitor the WhatsApp articles and take action to solve the problems of the taxpayers,” Singh explained.
The Cuttack DCP stated he’s not ceased the everyday people grievance in his workplace. “Although I’m still holding the grievance in office, individuals should avoid seeing in perspective of Covid pandemic. Folks can face problem in attaining my office on account of the lockdown limitations. For their own security and advantage, they ought to avail the WhatsApp service,” Singh explained.
Especially, individuals typically meet senior officials to broadcast their grievances after failing to have justice in police stations. While 30 folks used to attend the grievance meeting of their Cuttack DCP on a specified day prior to the outbreak of Covid, the footfall hasn’t come down to four or twice a day.
The DCP workplace in Bhubaneswar has temporarily ceased the grievance meeting in light of this pandemic. “We’ve set a box up in the grievance mobile. Folks are being asked to lose their complaints from the box. I’ve been going through the grievances and requesting the officers concerned to cover the problems,” DCP (Bhubaneswar) Uma Shankar Dash stated.
Authorities commissioner Sudhanshu Sarangi, who was able to hear the grievances of those people every Monday in his workplace, has postponed the clinic for now. “Our grievance mobile is working. Complaints of those folks are being obtained and promptly addressed by our mobile. All police stations are requested to immediately handle the issues of complainants,” a senior police officer said.


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