VYAS FOR TIMELY DISPOSAL OF PENDING COMPLAINTS
Jammu, Feb 3: Principal Secretary to Chief Minister B B Vyas has asked nodal officers to dispose off the pending complaints registered in Chief Minister’s Grievance Cell in a time bound manner.
Chairing a meeting of nodal officers convened to review progress of the Cell here, Vyas directed the nodal officers to have a complete analysis of the pending complaints and dispose them off at the earliest.
The principal Secretary highlighted the importance of Grievance Cell and its significance in promoting transparency and sorting out problems confronting public. He said the unique system put in place by the coalition government has to be strengthened in view of its growing role in grievances redressal system.
Vyas said timely disposal of the grievances should be the benchmark of the Cell, reminding them that Chief Minister is himself monitoring its working and is keen to run this system with greater efficiency.
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