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Naveen is not taking things for granted

By Newindiaexpress calender  22-Sep-2019

Naveen is not taking things for granted

On Independence Day, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik dropped certain authoritarian practices that were colonial vestiges besides announcing a bouquet of governance initiatives called Mo Sarkar (My Government) under which he would personally call the public to check about their experience at police stations and district headquarters hospitals. He also directed his ministers to dial people and seek their feedback on how public offices respond to their grievances.
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This is a first-of-its-kind and significant move by the BJD-led government in the state. The step aims to take governance delivery to people. Two days back, Naveen sacked 15 public servants for their involvement in corruption. And more heads are on the line. Naveen—who had launched a 3T (Teamwork, Transparency and Technology) model of governance in 2017, expanded it to 5T (Time leading to Transformation) soon after he assumed office for the fifth term—is sending a message to his administration that it is time to move on from the past.

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