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Odisha CM Directs Ministers To Submit Progress Report On 7th Of Every Month

04 June 2019

Mohammed Ishtiyaque

Bhubaneswar: After constitution of his Council of Ministers and their assuming of charge, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has today issued directive to each of his ministerial colleagues to submit their concerned department’s progress report on the seventh day of every month. Accordingly, the ministers are slated to submit their first progress report on July 7.

As per a press note released by the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO), the ministers should present before the Chief Minister their respective department’s progress report on the actions taken for fulfillment of the promises made in the party manifesto during the recent general polls.

Pertinent to note, it has been resolved by the new Council of Ministers on May 29 that the promises made in the party manifesto during the recent elections have been adopted as the prominent programmes of this newly formed State Government.

On the occasion, the Chief Minister had stated, “Exactly after 365 days, i.e. on May 29, 2020, we have to be accountable to the people about the progress and fulfillment of our promises made. I want that the members of our Council of Ministers should try their level best to successfully materialize those promises made.”

Also the Chief Minister has reminded his ministerial colleagues about the 3Ts mantra of good governance. On the very occasion, he has also added ‘Transformation’ and ‘Time’ as two more mantras to the already existing ‘Team Work’, ‘Transparency’ and ‘Technology’.  

The Chief Minister has also laid stress on poverty alleviation, development of the women and their equal partnership in the growth process, weaker section’s uplift and materialization of the dreams of the youth mass so that a strong and robust Odisha is built up.

Hence, the ministers have been advised to act accordingly prioritizing actions of their concerned departments.