Madhya Pradesh: Instructions to form Crisis Management Groups in block, village level and urban wards

Bhopal: It has been decided by the state government that ward-level crisis management groups should be formed at the block level, village level, and urban areas to effectively prevent the infection of the Covid-19 pandemic. District Crisis Management Group has been formed at the district level in the past and they are playing an active role in the prevention of coronavirus infection.

Additional Chief Secretary Home Dr. Rajesh Rajora has written a letter to the district collectors to effectively prevent the infection of the Covid-19 pandemic and directed to form ward-level crisis management groups in block level, village level, and urban areas. Action will be taken by these groups at the block, village, and urban ward level to effectively implement the guidelines issued by the state government for the control of the emergency situation arising out of Coronavirus infection and to ensure social participation for the prevention of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Block Crisis Management Group

Dr.Rajora informed that the subdivisional officer (revenue) will be the chairman of the development block Crisis Management Group. In this group, sub-divisional officer (police), chief executive officer, Janpad Panchayat, block medical officer, representative of urban area commissioner of block headquarters or chief municipal officer, project officer, women, and child development department, regional MP and MLA representative Public representatives, distinguished citizens and voluntary organizations of the development block nominated by the collector will be members.

Village Crisis Management Group

Dr.Rajora said that village crisis management groups should be formed in every village. The chairman of the village crisis management group will be the chairman of the administrative committee of the village panchayat. Secretary of Gram Panchayat, Jan Abhiyan Parishad, Women Self-Help Group, Political, and Social Worker, Administrative Committee member residing in the respective village, Village Employment Assistant, Asha Worker, Anganwadi Worker, Anganwadi Sahayika and Kotwar / Patel Group Members of Village Will be present.

Ward Crisis Management Group in urban areas

Instructions have been given to constitute ward wise crisis management group in urban areas. Dr.Rajora informed that the ward in-charge officer will be the chairman of the ward crisis management group in urban areas. A representative appointed by Regional MP and MLA, Public Representative nominated by Municipal Corporation Commissioner / Chief Municipal Officer, Representative of Social Organization, Eminent Private Physician of Ward, Voluntary Organization, Jan Abhiyan Parishad, Worker of Political and Social Organization, Women Self-help Groups will be members.

Additional Chief Secretary Home Dr.Rajora informed that the order of the Block Crisis Management Group, the order of the District Collector, the Urban Ward Crisis Management Group, the order issued by the concerned Commissioner, Municipal Corporation / Chief Municipality Officer, and the order of the Village Crisis Management Group, by the Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Will be done. It will be ensured that the said groups have at least one meeting in a month. A review of the work of these groups will also be ensured by them. Dr. Rajora said that the crisis management groups formed at the block, ward, and village level in the past will be included in the groups formed by this order.