CM distributes 234 vehicles and tabs among state bureaucrats


    Ranchi, March 23: Chief Minister Raghubar Das distributed 234 vehicles and tablets among deputy commissioners (DCs) and officials of Revenue, Registration and Land Reforms departments.

    Speaking on the occasion, the CM said that people want prompt action and fast development. They have great expectations from police, block and circle office. If their problems are not sorted out in time, people become discontented, he said on the occasion of Balidan Diwas (Sacrifice Day) organized in the capital to pay tributes to Shahid Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev.

    Addressing the bureaucrats and other government officials, he said, We should take a resolution that we will serve the people honestly. We need to win their faith. If their application is not properly completed, they should be told politely.”

    Das said the government wants all necessary and basic infrastructure and technical facilities in the government offices.

    When investors visit our offices, the facilities, basic infrastructure and sanitation impress them, he said.
    Revenue Minister Amar Kumar Bauri said that due to shortage of vehicles, revenue officers had to face difficulty in doing field work. On the CM’s direction, they are being given vehicles. Now they will not face difficulty in moving to remote areas.

    He said that circle offices should speed up collection of forms for teachers’ appointment. Certificates should be provided timely so that they can submit their applications.

    Addressing bureaucrats, additional CS–cum-Development Commissioner Amit Khare, said, “We should give transparent and accountable administration responsible to the people.

    Rs 135 crore has been approved for construction of new block offices. COs have been given vehicles and tablets so that work is not hindered. Offices are becoming paperless and state, digital. Revenue Secretary K. K. Son, all land acquisition officers and COs were present on the occasion.


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