Ranchi: The Jharkhand government on Tuesday decided to set up e-FIR police stations in 22 of the state’s 24 districts where online complaints can be lodged. The decision was taken in the meeting of the state cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Hemant Soren. The cabinet gave its approval to open e-FIR police stations in 22 districts of the state, through which people will now be able to register their complaints at the police stations sitting at home.
Now complaint will be registered online
A total of 17 proposals were approved in the cabinet meeting. The ordinance issued to amend certain sections of the Jharkhand Panchayat Raj Act, 2001 and the report of the executive committee constituted in the light of the provisions of the ordinance was approved.
State government spokesperson said that online complaints can be lodged by logging on to the Samadhan portal. He said that through online FIR, people can register complaints of vehicle theft, theft, burglary, missing minors and other complaints.
5 kg grain will be distributed
Apart from this, the cabinet gave its approval to allot the work of construction of statues of three freedom fighters Poto Ho, Bhagirath Majhi and Ganga Narayan Singh to Ram Sutar Arts Creation in the Birsa Munda Museum under construction in Birsa Munda Jail Complex in Ranchi.
Under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana, for the period from July 2021 to November 2021, in relation to distribution of 5 kg of food grains per beneficiary per month for free, Rs 141.57 crore has been approved for the transportation and distribution work of food grains.