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Kamal Nath government engages in fulfilling the promises of the ‘letter of promise’

Wednesday - January 16, 2019 12:29 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Administrative Reforms Commission can soon be formed in Madhya Pradesh
Administrative Reforms Commission can soon be formed in Madhya Pradesh

Chief Minister Kamal Nath tries to get 'tightening' in the administration; forming of Administrative Reform Commission may be given approval

JAN 16 (WTN) - There is discussion of administrative reforms in Madhya Pradesh for quite long time, but for 15 years no concrete work could be done at the time of the BJP government related to administrative reforms. In the month of November 2016, the appointment of the Administrative Reforms Commission got clearance from immediate Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and the rules and regulations were fixed, but for some reason this commission could not be constituted.

The Congress, which has come back to the government after 15 years in the state, is now going to constitute an Administrative Reform Commission. According to the information, after forming a proposal to this issue included in the Congress ‘promise letter’, the General Administration Department has sent it to Chief Minister Kamal Nath for the final decision.

The Congress had made many promises in its promise letter before the assembly elections, one of which was to give a ‘fair administration’ to the public. It is being said that the Kamal Nath government is in the process of fulfilling the promises made in its promise letter before the Lok Sabha elections.

It is believed that the purpose of the Congress is to take advantage of it in the Lok Sabha elections to start the work on the promises made in the promise letter. In the same episode, the Kamalnath government approves the Administrative Reforms Commission and government wants to send a message to the public that his government is taking steps to give fair administration.

For your information, let you know that during the tenure of Shivraj Singh Chauhan government, there was a lot of discussion about the Administrative Reform Commission. Shivraj Singh Chauhan wanted to improve the administration and improvement in the performance of the departments, which could establish a better coordination among the departments. But no concrete move could not be taken for the constituting the Administrative Reform Commission during the government of Shivraj.

Now after the formation of the Congress government in the state, the proposal for the approval of the Administrative Reforms Commission has been forwarded by the General Administration Department to the new Chief Minister Kamal Nath for the final decision. It is being said that Kamal Nath can decide on this soon. Because Kamalnath himself believes that there is a need to eliminate non-essential departments and corporations from the state.

According to the information received from the media, the draft of the Administrative Reforms Commission has been prepared that according to it; there will be one president and two members. The President will be the Chief Secretary or the Additional Chief Secretary level officer, who will have to 20 years experience in the public who will be appointed by the Chief Minister himself. While it is being said that one member of two members will be knowledgeable of financial and judicial matters and the other will represent the administrative field.

Now it is interested to see how fast Chief Minister Kamal Nath approves the formation of the Administrative Reforms Commission and how long it can be constituted. If Kamal Nath is successful in forming the Administrative Reforms Commission, it can be said that it will be a major step in the field of administrative reform in the state.

The working culture has changed due to use of computer instead of paper. it is being said that in this era of communication, when there has been changes in the way of working, there is a lot of need for administrative reform in the state, whereby the public can get accountable, transparent and modern administration.

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