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Need to change people’s perception about bureaucracy: Indian minister

Jun 09, 2014

India’s Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar believes that two way dialogue between people and government was the process of Administrative Reforms.

Prakash Javadekar

He said that this would establish a roadmap and participation of people for two-way communication.  According to him people’s participation was necessary for creating a conducive environment in which institutional development could take place. New mantras and innovation always infused a fresh spirit in the governance model and related practices, he said..

The Minister stated this while addressing the delegates at the Leadership and Motivation Conclave which was organized by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change here today.

Elaborating further, the Minister said that there was a need to change the perception of the people about the bureaucracy. Officials needed to work with compassion, conviction and with a positive mindset so as to facilitate the needs of the people. The Minister categorically stated that there would be complete freedom for doing the work. He asked the officers to give people the confidence that the government was responsive to their needs and was concerned about their problems.

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