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Odisha  Chief Minister has reviewed the State Government’s “Mo Sarkar’ programme

Bhubaneswar:18/5/23: Odisha  Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday reviewed the State Government’s “Mo Sarkar’ programme and asked the officials to collect regular feedback.

The Chief Minister directed to give certificates based on the good feedback to the officials and also ordered to take strong action for negligence.

In today’s review, Health, Revenue, Home, Agriculture and other departments made presentations to the Chief Minister on their “Mo Sarkar” programme.

The Chief Minister appreciated the Revenue Department today for delivering good and speedy services to people.

The review indicated that efficiency has been improved through the ‘ Mo Sarkar program in the Revenue department. The duration of providing various services to the people has been greatly reduced. Earlier mutation cases were taking 100 to 150 days, but in 2023-24 it is taking less than 21 days. As many as 3,70,000 pattas have been issued within seven days. Similarly, there has been considerable improvement in the issue of various certificates in the department.

On the basis of feedback, six OAS officers have been given early compulsory retirement, while 32 others and 14 ORS officers have been suspended. Four OAS officers have been dismissed. Gratuity and pension of 11 officers have been stopped. Similarly, departmental action has been taken against 67 OAS officers and 30 ORS officers, as per an official release.

Over 99 percent feedback received from Health Department was rated as Outstanding. While free treatment is available in government hospitals, prompt action is being taken in case of any in the implementation of Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana.

The CM directed officials of various department to improve the system to ensure timely pension of retired staff.

Taking part in the discussion, Secretary to CM (5T) VK Pandian said that there is a need to change the planning system and improve it in all areas where good feedback is not being received regularly.

Development Commissioner Anu Garg and other senior officials were present in the review meeting.

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