Chandy game for changes in procedures
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy promised more amendments to government procedures in the light of his experiences at the mass contact programmes in the 14 districts of the State.
He also complimented the student police and NCC cadets, Scouts and Guides, Red Cross and other voluntary agencies for their dedication in ensuring the comforts of thousands of petitioners who attended the programmes.
Referring to the Left Democratic Front (LDF) boycott of the mass contact programmes, Mr. Chandy said the Opposition had lost an opportunity to understand and address the problems faced by the common man. “People start believing in the State administration only when the distance between the two is shortened. I feel that through the mass contact programmes, I have been able to take the State administration to the people,” he observed.