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Manipur CM bats for timely completion of govt projects

Correspondent IMPHAL, Sep 13
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Published on 14 Sep. 2017 12:43 AM IST
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Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh Wednesday stressed that a change was needed in the present working system in the government offices so that positive change in the state could take place.
He therefore instructed all secretaries and heads of department to ensure timely completion of various developmental projects or schemes taken up by their respective departments within the current year, said chief minister office in a statement.
The meeting was held at the cabinet hall of Chief Minister’s Secretariat today.
 At the meeting held at the cabinet hall of chief minster’s secretariat, Singh also assessed the projects/schemes executed by various departments and categorically pointed out that the present working system or style needs to be changed. 
He instructed the administrative secretaries and HODs of different departments to work sincerely and co-ordinate among them to deliver good governance in the state. 
He further directed the administrative secretaries/ HODs to conduct field visits so that the poorest of the poor could be benefited from various developmental schemes. 
Officials of various departments presented power point presentation of the development projects which were scheduled to be completed within the current year at the meeting. 
Some of the departments which have presented their detailed status of the projects are- Agriculture, Horticulture, Forest, RD & PR, IFCD, MSPCL, MSPDCL, Commerce and Industries and Science and Technology etc.
Cabinet ministers, chief secretary, DGP, administrative secretaries, commissioners and directors of various departments attended the meeting.

 
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