RTI efficient tool to check malpractices: Omar
Jammu, Jan 28: Terming State Information Commission an important milestone in his road map for transparency, Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah on Friday said the Right to Information Act would be an efficient tool to check malpractices at all levels.
“We have made RTI more effective to provide ample room to masses for scanning the functioning of Government departments at various levels”, he said adding after unanimous decision about SIC Commissioner, the names of two Information Commissioners would be finalized soon.
Reviewing the progress of works in separate District Board meetings of Reasi and Samba here, Omar said judicious utilization of finances was imperative to ensure better delivery on ground.
He said the performance of district administration would be gauged by the honest management of spending and timely completion of works along with physical targets achievement.
Omar said the third party monitoring of works put in place by his government was also an effective measure to check the quality, status and progress of various projects and schemes. “We are also monitoring the schemes at the Secretariat level. CM’s Grievance Cell is receiving regular feedbacks of various works”, he said adding the Cell would be further strengthened.
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