Balodabazar is back on track: Newly appointed collector Deepak Soni took charge, said- my priority is to start the collectorate

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Baloda Bazaar. The collector and SP were removed after the incident of arson in Balodabazar of Chhattisgarh yesterday. After which the newly appointed collector Deepak Soni took charge on Thursday. After taking charge, he inspected various offices operating in the joint district office building.

Newly appointed collector Deepak Soni said that my first priority is to start the work in the district office smoothly after the arson and violence. Work has still not started in some departments. Efforts are being made to start it as soon as possible. I have given instructions to expedite the renovation work of the collectorate building.

On June 10, the mob set the place on fire

It is noteworthy that on June 10, the Collectorate building was burnt down by anti-social elements. After which the building is being decorated again. Officers, employees and laborers have been deployed 24 hours. The work of interior decoration is also going on at a fast pace in various branches of the Superintendent of Police office and the Excise Department. Along with the listing of documents, the work of restoring office work is going on at a fast pace. The interior decoration of the Superintendent of Police chamber in the Superintendent of Police office has been completed.

PWD officers and employees are constantly monitoring

At the same time, in order to expedite the work of external decoration of the building, continuous monitoring is being done by senior officials of the Public Works Department and other related departments. All efforts are being made to complete the renovation work of the Collectorate Building as soon as possible by using the necessary machinery along with adequate human resources. Almost all the offices operating in the Joint District Office Building have started functioning normally and daily office work is also going on smoothly.

Work continues in many departments including SP office

At the same time, renovation work is going on in full swing in the Superintendent of Police Office and Collectorate Office Building. For the last 48 hours, the employees of the police department are continuously engaged in organizing the Superintendent of Police Office and other branch offices. The Reader Branch, Incoming and Outgoing Branch, CCTNS Branch and Record Room have been most affected by the fire. Here the police employees are busy handling the documents in the record room. The painting and whitewashing work of the entire building is going on in full swing. The Superintendent of Police’s sitting room has also been affected by the fire. Almost all the ACs installed here have been burnt. Currently, electrical work is being done by the electricity department. But it may take a week for the entire office to be organized smoothly and for work to start.

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