Chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh has drawn the attention of the legislatures and civil servants to work cooperatively so that it would imply to a good governance as he addressed on the 12th Civil Service Day function.
Biren Singh said, “Periodic dialogue and interaction between the legislators and civil servants is a necessity for good governance in the state” in the function organised by department of personnel and administrative Reforms, government of Manipur at Manipur Secretariat conference hall today.
Biren Singh said that the politicians come from social grassroots and know the sentiments of the people; on the other hand the civil servants know how to execute the government policies. Hnece, co-operation between the two is very much needed to result to good governance in the State, he added.
Biren Singh further said that an interaction programme between the ministers and civil servants would be held every month so as to have greater transparency and for smooth governance.
Saying that the government would have zero tolerance on any act, which is beyond the framework of the Indian Constitution, he also appealed that the expectations of the people from the new Government should never let down.
PWD Minister and the minister of administrative reforms and training and IPR Th. Biswajit Singh said that the system of check and balance should prevail in a democratic form of government so that it could execute an inclusive policy for the welfare of the society and have a corruption-free State.
Top administrative state officials were present at the civil service day function.