02 October 2019
Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday launched the ambitious 'Mo Sarkar' initiative dedicated to serve people who are visiting police stations in Odisha. ‘Mo Sarkar’ programme is dedicated for petitioners, aggrieved people, complainants, or the general public who seek police service.
In case anyone from this section of the public is dissatisfied with the response behaviour and action of the police, he or she can call the Mo Sarkar helpline number and report the irregularity to top notch officials, Ministers, or even the Chief Minister himself.
On the occasion of launch of Mo Sarkar from the premises of Sahid Nagar Police station in Bhubaneswar, Naveen said that he has interacted with nine people who have visited police stations. "My interaction with the public was very productive. They were satisfied with the service rendered," the Chief Minister said.
This year on August 15, Naveen had announced the ambitious Mo Sarkar plan of the State Government. It is a powerful tool under Government's 5-T initiative which aims at improving services of Government employees for the general public.
People are the soul of democracy. Every institution in a democracy is for the people, created by their money, to empower and serve the people. This police station exists for serving the people. They own this institution, Naveen said on the occasion.
"Every person visiting this institution will be treated with dignity and his issues have to be treated in a professional and ethical manner. People are the masters and those who work here are paid by the people," the Odisha CM added on the occasion.