Due Diligence on bureaucrats
Good to hear that DM spolia will retire. Also, strongly suggest CM does a detailed audit of his Principal Secy Rajendra Kumar's personal business interests. No fingers should be raised later more
The officers and Staff in Delhi Government are not having clean image. Thorough verification of the Delhi officers by the Investigating agencies particularly in those cases who have been earmarked for posting in public places places like Registrar office, Tpt Deptt, sales Tax, Excise Deptt, Food & Supply Office, Social welfare. All officer be selected for posting at public places by going through their APRs and personnel inquires in their department of last posting. Our leaders and Hon'ble Ministers should take review meeting on their working style and the officers with doubtful image must be changed immediately. Ram Yadav more
MR Avtar Singh I do not agree with you it is rather other way round.We have observed it very closely.In our system Bureaucrats are neither responsible nor accountable for their wrong deeds, and rules are always bent in the name of discrition or public interest and are hardly followed.So ,they carry on their own hidden agenda allegedly for pecuniary and other benefits in the name of policy.Rather it is the Bureaucrats who corrupt even the good politicians, by showing them the way to un-accountability and ir-responsibilty and therby delivering them few a lollipops. Once taken into confidence, welfare of the public is for the name sake and practically takes a back seat,and "Loot unlimited"continues.
AAP Govt must be very careful in choosing the good,sensitive,intelligent and hard working,honest bureaucrats.If their past or present history smacks of corrupt practices then all their other virtues are worthless and should be shunned like a poisonous fruit.Honesty should be made the first policy the other things like making policy or following rules ,will simply fall into place. more
There should not be any pick and chose as regards bureaucrats are concerned. They are supposed to carry forward Govt's policies . There is elaborate administrative mechanism in place to ensure that babus work as per rules and policies. Generally it is the political class that compels the administrators to bend rules. Performance should be the only criteria of appointing babus in various positions and not the personal likes/dislikes. more
The decision was taken at a high-level meeting presided over by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on his second day in office.
Around one lakh employees, including doctors, nurses, teachers and sanitation staff are working under contractual scheme in various Delhi government departments and agencies. more
Kiran Bedi said it again.
"After the elections, I was naturally asked - so you have lost? And my natural reaction was--no. I lose when I fail myself, not when you fail me. This is my philosophy ," said Bedi, who was BJP's chief ministerial candidate in the Delhi state elections. more