Babus not fully committed to Secularism, Constitution have no right to continue, says CM

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Bengaluru, Jan 31: Officers not completely committed to the Constitution and Secularism have no right to continue in Congress government, warned chief minister Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru on Wednesday. 

Addressing the first meeting of all district in charge secretaries and senior officials at Vidhana Soudha, he said the government officers must utilize their experience in implementing he policies and programmes and ensure that the reach the people. 

The district in charge secretaries have been appointed to help the district administration in the state to function efficiently and implement the policies and programmes of the government, he said asking the officers to furnish details of the progress after the conference of deputy commissioners and chief executive officers of Zilla Panchayats on the progress of their activities and performance during the last eight months of the Congress regime. 

Siddaramaiah wanted to know why the benefits of the Congress government have not reached all the intended people and why there have been lapses and problems in some places. All technical issues and problems coming in the way of the implementation must be immediately attended as those who have availed the benefits are silent while the people who are yet to get the benefits are critical. 

The entire government machinery and administration must get down to serious business without any laxity, he said. 

The chief minister said the deputy commissioners and officers, who do not have full commitment to adhering the Constitution and the values of secularism to which the government is wedded, have no right to continue in service. 

“If the problems of the people are not solved in the grama panchayats, taluk panchayats or Zilla panchayats or at the level of the Tahsildars, assistant commissioners or deputy commissioners, they must be sorted by bringing to the notice of the chief secretary,” he said asking the officials to deliver and perform effectively.

Siddaramaiah said it is a reflection on the administration if the people have to come all the way to meet the chief minister or other ministers seeking redressal of their problems, which should be set right immediately.




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  • Yogi, Mangaluru

    Wed, Jan 31 2024

    Invoke constitution, Hinduism, secularism, BJP, etc to stay noticed. RaGa/SoGa may have already made a note of your loyalty !

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