Kolkata: All set to wipe out the irregularities of the 34-year-old Left rule, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has already commenced her ‘maa maati maanush’ mission to rejuvenate the state apparatus. The CM on Tuesday ordered the officials to prepare a data bank of all the state government employees.

In a meeting with ministers and top level officials of finance, industry and development departments in the Writers building on Tuesday, Mamata expressed surprise over the unavailability of a data bank of the state government employees in West Bengal and asked the finance department to start preparing a data bank of all government employees.

Furthermore, she asked for a status report on the developments plans in Jangal Mahal and ordered them to formulate special plans for the area.

During the three and half hour meeting, law and order  of the state was also taken into account.Mamata asked the DM and SPs of the 18 districts to effectively control the post-election violence and submit a status report of the development work and MNREGA status in their respective districts.

Laying more emphasis on Jangal Mahal, she instructed the officials to eradicate the problem of food and water scarcity in Jangal Mahal on a priority basis. Along with this, she even asked them to provide suggestions on the ongoing development, health services and other requirements in the area. The Chief Minister also met railways officials to discuss the restoration of train service in Jangal Mahal.

Mamata also announced that from the coming month the state teachers will receive their salaries on the first of every month. Significantly, till now primary, secondary and senior secondary schools teachers used to receive salaries on the 10th or 12th of every month.

(JPN/ Bureau)