Register the newly formed village service cooperative societies by July 10
Principal Secretary, Cooperatives, Shri Bhaskar A Sawant said that under the Chief Minister’s budget announcement, the registration of newly formed village service cooperative societies must be done by July 10 so that by making them functional, farmers can be benefited from short-term cooperative crop loans and other facilities. Can you
On Monday, Mr. Sawant was interacting with the departmental officers in a virtual way on the implementation of the Chief Minister's budget announcement and other points. He said that 718 new village service cooperative societies are to be formed in this financial year. The officers of the field should soon complete the action related to it and send the proposal so that approval can be given. He said that out of 282 newly formed village service cooperative societies, only 93 have been registered. In such a situation, the registration of the remaining committees should be done promptly. He directed that the functional officers of the department should fix district wise targets and monitor them. He said that the beginning of the construction of the godown and the pending cases related to it should be disposed of within 15 days. Shri Sawant said that so far 1081 complaints have been received against the State Credit Co-operative Societies. Out of which notices have been issued on 665 complaints and Istgasa has been filed in 305 cases. He directed that the District Deputy Registrar should expedite the process of filing Istagasa by issuing notices in the remaining cases of complaints. Registrar Cooperatives Shri Muktanand Agrawal said that more than 80 thousand complaints of investors have been received in the fraud cases of Multi State Credit Co-operative Society, out of which more than 56 thousand notices have been issued. He directed that notices should also be issued in the remaining complaints so that Istgasa can be filed against these societies on receipt of necessary information from the Central Registrar. Shri Agrawal said that the target should be fulfilled in the implementation of the announcements related to warehouse construction in the budget announcements. Where warehouse construction has not started, it should be started as well as where other process including land for warehouse construction is pending, in such cases the managing director of cooperative banks should take it seriously and complete it. During the review meeting, necessary guidelines were given to the officers after discussing about the demand and availability of fertilizers, seeds and pesticides along with other budget announcements. All the divisional registrars of the state, MDs of cooperative banks, district sub registrars and departmental officers were also present during the meeting.