Bhubaneswar, August 15 (LocalWire) In its fifth term in office, the Naveen Patnaik government on the eve of Independence Day announced a public outreach programme called ‘Mo Sarkar’ which aims at collecting feedback from citizens about government services.
Addressing the 73rd state-level Independence Day celebration here, the chief minister stated that the new initiative will be implemented at all police stations and district main hospitals in the first phase from October 2 (Gandhi Jayanti) this year.
In this programme, the chief minister would call people to know the response they have got at police stations and the kind of service they received at hospitals.
Also, ministers of the state will obtain feedback of common public about their experiences at government offices.
In the next phase, the programme will include all the departments of the state government from March 5 onwards next year, on the birth anniversary of late CM Biju Patnaik.
During his speech, Patnaik also announced that electricity connection will be provided to villagers within 48 hours of submission of application at concerned panchayat.