The state government is likely to bring Rajasthan Good Governance Bill in the upcoming assembly session.
The Bill would include Right to Hearing (RTH) Act and Guaranteed Delivery of Public Services (GDPS) Act which were brought by the previous Congress government.
“We are working on the Good Governance Bill and efforts are to bring it in the coming assembly session,” said Arun Chaturvedi, state cabinet minister.
Chief minister Vasundhara Raje had constituted a committee under the chairmanship of state minister Arun Chaturvedi which is scheduled to meet on February 20. After committee’s approval, the Bill would be presented in the cabinet and then to the state assembly.
A senior government official said under the Bill, every citizen of the state would have the right to receive a receipt of his/her complaint or application. He claimed that the initiative was one of its kinds in the country. He said good governance bill would ensure mandatory use of registering applications on portal and strengthening of appeal system, which ensures that the accountability of complaint.