District level rehabilitation and re-establishment committee meeting
Dissolved South Eastern Coalfields Limited, Johila Area Kanchan Extension Project District level Rehabilitation and Re-establishment Committee meeting was organized. In which 132 land owners were given jobs. District level Rehabilitation and Re-Establishment Committee meeting was held in connection with employment in lieu of the acquired land of village Lehngi, molestation for the Kanchan extension project operated under SECL Johila area by Collector Sanjeev Srivastava at the community building of Johila area SECL Naurojabad. . Two affected landlords of village Karanpura were also included in the meeting. SECL Johila Area Area General Manager Hemant Sharad Pandey, Sarpanch Bela Bai Gram Panchayat Kohaka 82, SK Pandey Chief Manager Labor Power Department SECL Bilaspur, Amit Chatterjee Assistant Manager Land Revenue Department SECL Bilaspur, SK Srivastava Regional Personnel Manager Johila Area, Ajit Kumar Sodha Deputy General Manager-in-Charge Officer, Ajay Nam Joshi Deputy Regional Manager Naurojabad, Sandeep Kumar Soni Assistant Manager, Ramnivas Patel Land Revenue RI Kanchan Project, Ashok Tiwari, Ramesh Rawat, RI Gyan Das Panika, Patwari Chandra Pratap Singh and Pradeep Krishna Shastri. Made aware of the problems. A demand was made from the collector to get the construction done soon after the Lehngi to Dev Dandi road was approved. Farmers Ashok Kumar Gautam, Nanhe Lal Gautam, Anjani Prasad Tiwari, Durga Prasad Gupta, Ramai Vishwakarma, Dhani Vishwakarma, Jitendra Singh Thakur, Khemlal Sahu, Laxmikant Gautam, Tirath Singh, Visheshwar Baiga, Ram Garib Singh, Gyanendra Singh, Sheikh Safik Khan and Hundreds of land-owning farmers, apart from members and officers of the area, including employees of village lehngi, Suhai, and Karanpura, agreed to provide employment in decreasing order village wise under the Coal India Rehabilitation Policy and signatures of land owners A copy of the land was given to the owners. 118 landowners were provided employment in Village Lehngi, 14 landowners were employed in Mimosa. At the end of the meeting, Hemant Sharad Pandey, the general manager of SECL Johila area, directed the subordinate officer employees to carry laptop computer material and set up camps to prepare papers for landowners. Landowners do not have to wander around for papers.