Quick service delivery will be ensured,says Chandy
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that government rules that cause hurdles to speedy delivery of government services to the people will be amended on the basis of the suggestions the government received from districts where the mass contact programme was held.
With the completion of his second district-level mass contact programme here, the government would take appropriate decisions on suggestions proposing amendments to the rules and procedures that hampered speedy delivery of government services to the common man, he announced.
The Chief Minister who reached here by the Thiruvananthapuram-Veraval Express at 2.15 a.m. was taken to the guest room of the nearby Kannur District Police Co-operative Society building for his stay.
Though a bullet-proof car was kept ready for his conveyance, Mr. Chandy went to the venue of the programme walking. The government guest house was avoided last minute to avert any possible confrontation with LDF workers, police sources said.
In his brief inaugural speech, Mr. Chandy said his responsibility and that of officials did not end with the completion of this year’s mass contact programme.