'effective strategy must for good governance' says chief secretary
Chief secretary R Parasuram, while addressing a meeting of officials of the Ujjain division in Ratlam on Wednesday, said effective strategy is a must for concretising concept of good governance.bhopal Updated: Jun 27, 2013 11:47 IST
Chief secretary R Parasuram, while addressing a meeting of officials of the Ujjain division in Ratlam on Wednesday, said effective strategy is a must for concretising concept of good governance.
He said quality should be promoted through timely implementation of various departments’ schemes. Collectors and SPs of the division besides other officials were present at the meeting at Ratlam on Wednesday.
The chief secretary said that it is necessary to extend benefit of better education and health services to youths. Besides, it is also a big challenge to provide jobs to them.
He said that special attention should be paid to employment schemes of the State Government.
The chief secretary said that use of technology will increase at a rapid pace during next 5 years. He laid emphasis on further streamlining urban services in Ujjain division.
The chief secretary said that administrative officers must be result- oriented and responsive.
The meeting also discussed division’s law and order situation. DGP Nandan Dube directed to pay special attention to maintain communal harmony.
Principal secretary ( revenue) RK Chaturvedi laid stress on time-bound disposal of cases of mutation, partition and demarcation.
He said that delay in disposal of such cases not only causes resentment among people but also leads to law and order problem.
In view of accidents due to excessive rainfall, it was decided to deploy revenue and police officers as per requirement.
Collectors and SPs made presentations on various issues in their districts and the measures adopted by them for tackling them.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj, senior leader and former chief minister Sunderlal Patwa, Kailash Joshi, Kailash Narayan Sarang, national vice-president Uma Bharti, Prabhat Jha, state president Narendra Singh Tomar and other senior leaders have expressed grief over the demise of senior Congress party leader and former deputy chief minister Subhash Yadav.
Tomar said Yadav’s death had caused a void not only in the Congress party but also in state politics.
The BJP leaders, including Arvind Menon, Nandkumar Chouhan, Najma Heptullah, Maya Singh, Virendra Kumar, Anil Madhav Dave, Chandan Mitra, Ashok Argal, Shivraj Singh Lodhi, Jitendra Singh Bundela and others, condoled the passing away of Yadav.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) election manifesto committee state convener Vikram Verma said the committee will prepare the manifesto after interacting with the people in all division headquarters from July 10. He said the manifesto will be a mirror of public expectations in the state.
Verma has also announced the names of the co-ordinators for communicating with the public in all divisions of Madhya Pradesh. He said the election manifesto committee members have been requested to give their views and commitments on the basis of their expertise to the convener by July 15.
The committee will communicate with subject experts, delegates of every field, NGOs, volunteer organisations, chamber of commerce and others in the state, said Verma.