State Govt officials to cut wasteful spending: CM Bommai

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai warned on Saturday that the year 2022 would be challenging from an economic and administrative standpoint, and he urged top state officials to curb unnecessary spending in their departments.

The Chief Minister, in extending his New Year greetings to officials who met with him today, urged them to address the challenges together efficiently. "Along with moving the economy forward, we need to prepare for a probable third wave of Covid-19." We can't merely impose the limits from afar. We must confront it with a variety of ways. To deal with it, we need to work harder," Bommai said.

He told the authorities that they needed to reduce unnecessary spending in their departments. According to a statement from the CMO, he urged revenue-generating departments to increase their efficiency in order to boost the State's finances.

"Good thinking leads to good work," the Chief Minister advised the officials, encouraging them to take on the challenges with a positive attitude. A happy life begins with a decent job. "I admire your labour, which will have positive outcomes." The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar, DG-IGP Praveen Sood, and other top officials, according to the statement.

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