CM launches “Lokpath Mobile App”

  • Roads will be improved in seven days, officers will be responsible

Bhopal, Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav has said that our aim is to make all departments as accountable as possible towards the public. Lokpath Mobile App prepared by the Public Works Department is being launched with a view to continuously moving forward on the path of public welfare by adopting a more transparent and accountable working system towards the public. Chief Minister Dr. Yadav was addressing the launch program of Mobile App- Lok Path at the Media Center located in the Vidhan Sabha Bhawan. Public Works Minister Mr. Rakesh Singh was present in the program.

Tell people about the app

Chief Minister Dr. Yadav said that quick improvement will be possible with the app as per the need in 40 thousand kilometer long roads of the state. It is a challenging and courageous task for the department to make improvements in 7 days. It is believed that the department will be successful in successfully implementing this innovation using the latest technology. Although it is natural for roads to get damaged due to excessive rainfall, waterlogging and heavy vehicle traffic, the department should try to ensure that there are no potholes on the roads. Chief Minister Dr. Yadav called upon the media colleagues to spread the information of this app to the people. Lokpath Mobile App is an important step for the empowerment of Road Information and Management System.

The mobile app will provide the facility to the general public to report the problems of the roads and will also ensure the accountability of the officers. Lokpath Mobile App has been prepared by Madhya Pradesh State Electronic Development Corporation Limited. Lokpath Mobile App can be downloaded and installed by visiting the website of Public Works Department By opening the app in the mobile phone and taking a photo of the pot hole / patch of the registered roads and uploading it in the app, the complaint will reach the concerned officer directly for resolution. The officer will repair this pot hole / patch within a time limit of seven days and register the resolution through the app, the information of which will be received by the complainant on the mobile.

Scheme will be implemented in two phases

All the repairable national highways, state highways, main district and other district and rural roads of the state under the Public Works Department will be included. This scheme will be implemented in two phases. The first phase is being started from Tuesday, July 2. It will include national highways, state highways and main district roads. In the second phase, the remaining other district and rural roads will be included along with the roads included in the first phase.

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