CM Amarinder Singh adopts Kejriwal formula to maintain public trust

Feb 15 2020 02:04 PM
CM Amarinder Singh adopts Kejriwal formula to maintain public trust

The Aam Aadmi Party has held a powerful majority in Delhi. After this success of AAP, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has also decided to focus on four major needs of the people - education, health, electricity and water. The Captain summoned all the Deputy Commissioners (DC) to Chandigarh on Friday and instructed them to solve the problems of education, health, electricity and water for the standard of living on priority.

For your information, let us tell you that these are the four priorities, working on which AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal counted the public as his government's achievements during the elections and won 62 out of 70 seats in the assembly elections. Presiding over a meeting with deputy commissioners at Punjab Bhawan on Friday, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh ordered comprehensive monitoring of development and welfare schemes related to these four major sectors so that such programs can be implemented.

In order to maintain public confidence, the CM ordered the Deputy Commissioners to follow the set agenda of the government and gear up to speed up development and welfare projects to fulfill the wishes of the people. The Chief Minister also instructed that in democracy it is necessary to pay respect to the elected representatives and the elected representatives should be respected. In addition, for citizen-centric services, the Chief Minister ordered the Deputy Commissioners to closely monitor the functioning of the service centers so that pending applications related to various civil services can be disposed of.

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