PSG Bill a path breaking initiative: CM
Jammu, Mar 24: Describing it as path breaking initiative, chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday introduced a Bill in the assembly which provides for delivery of public services to people within specified time limit.
The Public Service Guarantee Bill provides for right to public services making every persons eligible in the State to have a right to public services which shall include the right to receive public service in a transparent manner, demand preference of duties and functions in accordance with the Act, hold the concerned designated officer accountable for any service deficiency and seek compensation with respect to non providing of services or deficiency in service.
The Bill makes obligatory on the designated officer to provide public service to eligible persons within time specified and the specified time limit shall start from the date when an application is submitted by persons for providing of notified service to designated officer or to a person sub-ordinate to him authorized to receive the application.
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