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Governor lists priority areas
'Focus on people-centric governance'
8/30/2018 11:39:24 PM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Aug 30: Governor Satya Pal Malik today called for giving a renewed push to the "Mission on Delivering Governance" and "Mission on Delivering Development" to bring Jammu and Kashmir back on course.
Governor made it clear to the officers that he has no political agenda and wants to just serve the people of the State, in whatever way possible. Hailing J&K's civil and police administration for working tirelessly for the welfare of the people amid challenging situation, Governor said the state administration needs to function with renewed efficiency, speed and accountability and deliver quick results on the ground on developmental and governance fronts so that the people get the much-needed relief and feel visible change.
Stressing the need for ensuring rapid, people-centric governance, Governor enumerated the short and long-term measures to be taken to achieve this objective. He said strengthening and expansion of grievance redressal mechanism, timely execution of developmental projects, public outreach, attendance in offices, strengthening anti-corruption mechanism, expediting recruitment process/SRO-43 cases & regularization under SRO-520, intensifying anti-encroachment drive, improving traffic management, augmenting power supply & availability of potable water, supplementing human resource in health and educational institutions, conservation of water bodies, effective flood mitigation and creating career progression avenues for officers/officials at every level will be the priority areas for the administration in the first instance. He said instructions have already been passed for setting up Grievance Cells in the offices of all the Deputy Commissioners across the State with a designated Nodal Officer. Governor said he will be always available personally to address any issue facing the administration in the smooth discharge of their duties.
Recognizing that J&K police is making huge sacrifices for maintaining peace and rule of law in the State, Governor expressed grief over the killing of four policemen at Shopian yesterday. He said acknowledging the role of the J&K Police, the Government will be announcing a slew of welfare measures for the force shortly.
The Advisors and the Chief Secretary briefed the Governor in detail about the administrative and developmental measures being taken to accomplish the "Mission on Delivering Governance" and "Mission on Delivering Development".
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