Jharkhand CM asks officials to be 'Karamyogis'Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said he did not believe in shuffling and reshuffling of administrative officials while calling upon the bureaucrats to become “Karamyogi” as the state has to find solutions to
Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said he did not believe in shuffling and reshuffling of administrative officials while calling upon the bureaucrats to become “Karamyogi” as the state has to find solutions to many problems.
“Transfer-Posting industry” would not function in Jharkhand and post of officials depend on their merit and work, Das was quoted in a press release. The CM called upon the officials and employees to become “Karamyogi (one who considers work as religion)”.
Das pointed out that the state faced several “problems” and the time has come to find solutions to them. “Vigilance Bureau and Lokayukt to be further empowered and strengthened for setting up a clean administration,” Das said, adding it was necessary to lay a strong foundation for development of the state.
“With cooperation of everyone, the government will prepare a blueprint for development (as) government has only one slogan - saab ka saath saab ka vikash (progress with everyone and of everyone),” the release said.
He said the government was making efforts to speed up work following lesser expenditure in the 2014/15 budget. The government has a challenge to strengthen its internal resources in the next three months, he said, adding the government would make all efforts to reach its revenue collection target.
Das said the government has already initiated steps into the promises made before the electioneering and marked drinking water supply as government's responsibility.