Delhi LG Urges For Transparency Without Bowing to Pressure At GNCTD’s Workshop For Bureaucrats
- Ayodhya Prasad Singh
- Published on 27 May 2023, 4:13 pm IST
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More than 200 bureaucrats, including chief secretary Naresh Kumar, attended the workshop.
Amid an ongoing tussle between the Centre and the AAP government, Delhi’s LG Vinai Kumar Saxena addressed bureaucrats during a workshop and urged them to work hard with transparency and without bowing to pressure.
Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi’s Services Department organized the workshop on Friday on capacity building for the civil servants in Vigyan Bhawan as a part of “Mission Karmayogi – National Programme for Civil Services Capacity Building”, envisioned by the central government.
Mr Saxena asked the civil servants in the capital to work towards a corruption-free bureaucracy. He also applauded their efforts in helping to make the Yamuna river clean and better management of waste in the city.
“If the civil servants worked with honesty and integrity, nobody could point fingers at them,” he added.
“To give corruption-free administration to society, the responsibility lies on the civil servants and the entire society looks upon them in context of people-friendly and corruption-free governance,” the LG said. “It is necessary for the officers to constantly analyse the rules, which are impediment to development work, and if necessary, remove those rules for the benefit of the people.”
The workshop was held amid the ongoing tussle between the elected dispensation, the city bureaucrats and the LG’s office.
“Mission Karmayogi” is anchored by an apex body headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The programme conceptualises the vision of ‘maximum governance, minimum government‘, conceived by Prime Minister, where the core principle is a transparent, participatory and citizen friendly governance with minimum bureaucratic interference.
More than 200 bureaucrats, including Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, attended the workshop.
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