Tulsipur Sub-Metropolis organized first Public Hearing
Dang, Tulsipur, January 8: Tulsipur Sub-Metropolis has organized its first public hearing on January 7,2020 at FNCCI conference hall in Tulsipur, which was hosted by Navin Chaudhary, who has been overseeing the CS:MAP for Dang Ghorahi based Gramin Mahila Utthan Kendra (Rural Women Development Center -RWDC) for the last five years.
The public hearing program was presided over by Tulsipur Sub-Metropolis Mayor Ghanshyam Pandey, Deputy Mayor Maya Acharya, Chief administrative officer Bhaskraj Gautam and all other government’s local level department chiefs and ward chiefs.
As many as 250 participants had participated in the public hearing which was held for the first time after the government pronounced the new act 2067 relevant to public hearing.
Speaking during the public hearing program, the participants had raised some questions regarding the dilly dallying works in black topping the public roads, budget releases and sought the right answers from the appropriate government officers.
Most of the questions raised in the public hearing were responded by the respective officials and their representatives, while Mayor Ghanshyam Pandey also responded to some of the queries raised by the public. One of the major questions asked to the Mayor was that when will Tulsipur sub Metropolis become a smart city? In response to it the Mayor replied that the work is in progress to make the town smart town in near future.
The Mayor also added that the Metropolis has already started the Metro College which is part and parcel of progress towards attaining the status of a smart Metropolis. The public hearing also included Exit poll response report and CRC report.