UP Governor Anandiben Patel's advice - Officers confuse, ministers should deal with them smartly

UP Governor Anandiben Patel's advice - Officers confuse, ministers should deal with them smartly

 Governor Anandiben Patel has said that it is the habit of senior officials of the government to complicate work and to hang, shred and find deficiencies in files. There is nothing in the hands of the Chief Minister and Ministers. Everything is in the hands of the officials but the responsibility of getting them done is the responsibility of the ministers. Therefore the ministers should work very smartly with the officials. They don't have to fight with the officials. Otherwise it won't work. Discuss the file with them calmly and intelligently.

Addressing the enlightenment program for the members of the Eighteenth Legislative Assembly organized at Tilak Hall of Vidhan Bhavan on Saturday, the Governor said that senior officials of the government will never tell you how many files are pending, what should be the changes in the mandates. District officials and petty employees will tell you this. The Governor exhorted the MLAs and Ministers to stay away from contract leases and keep their children and relatives away from their work.

Said that when you fall in the trap of tender or your children and relatives interfere in your work then your image gets tarnished. Before becoming an MLA, our life passes very simply, but after becoming an MLA, the difference that comes in our living, the public sees it very closely. So eat roti and dal but with pride. 

He told the ministers and MLAs that the government's resources and budget are limited. So the priorities of your work should be fixed. The most backward area in development should be given priority. If you think that you will get all the development done in your area and also make such promises to the public, then you will disappoint the people. This will tarnish your image as well. He asked the MLAs to have regular interaction with his workers as he has sweated for them.

He suggested the MLAs to prepare a document of their work and make it available to the public. She bluntly told the women MLAs that you cannot escape your responsibilities by pretending to be a woman. Vidhan Sabha Speaker Satish Mahana, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Khanna also addressed the enlightenment program.

Told Modi's Gujarat Governance  Model: The Governor, who held the responsibility of departments like Education, Revenue and Public Works in Gujarat during the tenure of Narendra Modi, also shared Modi's Gujarat Governance Model with the members. In Gujarat, the ministers of the Modi government used to travel to the districts from Thursday to Sunday and interact with the people and understand the ground reality. The ministers were in the capital from Monday to Wednesday.

On Wednesday, all the ministers used to reach the cabinet meeting at 10 am and share their field experiences with each other. With this, all the ministers used to get information about the problems of the area related to their respective departments. When the Chief Minister used to come, all the ministers used to give their field reports one by one. After this, the Chief Minister used to hold a meeting with the senior officers of the government and instruct them to solve the problems. The next Wednesday the officers had to tell what they had done

The Governor said that on Monday, all the ministers used to meet people throughout the day and listen to their problems. The ministers were scheduled to meet MLAs and MPs on Tuesday. On Wednesday, presentation of the specific works of the government was done in front of the ministers. He said that if you work according to the time table, then Uttar Pradesh can also become a model for the country. He also appreciated the migration program of the ministers of the Yogi government in this regard.

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Stone-firing after a fight between two parties, nine people were injured, the dispute is 30 years old

Stone-firing after a fight between two parties, nine people were injured, the dispute is 30 years old

On Monday, in village Nathua of Mujaria police station area of ​​Badaun, there was stone pelting and firing between two sides of different communities after a fight over land. Nine people are injured in this. In which the condition of one is said to be critical. All the injured have been sent to the district hospital. However, none of the parties has lodged an FIR yet. Police have been deployed in the village regarding the matter.

There is a dispute going on for 30 years between two parties of different communities regarding two and a half bigha land in Nathua village, but this matter has not been resolved yet. The case regarding this land is pending in the Bareilly Commissioner's Court. According to the villagers, there have been many disputes between the two sides regarding this land. The police station has given a bond to both of them. On Monday, the two sides again came face to face. It is said that first the women from both sides started abusing each other, and after that, the men of their family also came out with sticks and sticks and got beaten up. They threw stones at each other. One side also opened fire.

Mahavir, Geetam, Paan Singh, Vinita, Durvesh, Umesh, and Sonpal Singh on one side and two people on the other side were injured in this fight and stone-pelting. Mahavir's condition remains critical in this. The clash between the two sides went on for about an hour. Till then the police did not reach the spot. Later, Mujaria police and CO Sahaswan Chandrapal Singh reached the village, then the injured were sent to the district hospital somewhere. So far no party has come to the police station and filed a complaint. Police have been deployed in the village.

Police force deployed in the village
Regarding the matter, CO Sahaswan Chandrapal Singh says that till now no complaint has been received from any side in this matter. Further action will be taken on receipt of the complaint. Police have been deployed in the village for security.

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