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In her first interaction with the commissioners and the secretaries, the Chief Minister Ms Mehbooba Mufti said the government will rely mainly on the Information Technology to prevent corruption and ensure transparency.
Officers told Kashmir Life that the Chief Minister was cordial but clear on what was on her mind.
She said she will be introducing the file tracking system so that no minister sits on a file for more than three days, one officer said. She said the IT department would be revived and used in governance issues.
The Chief Minister put on record the good work that governor’s administration did and insisted the project awaiting completion should be completed. She told the meeting that the dreams that Mufti Sayeed, her father, had seen about J&K would be translated into reality. She sought help from the officers in delivering development and justice as quickly as possible.
Offering her blueprint of the governance, Ms Mufti said all ministries would get a six months target which will be reviewed twice in a year. The targets would be fixed by her in a meeting with the minister and the concerned officers.
Chief Minister regretted that part of the Union Government devolutions through the Union Government sponsored schemes is not being used as a result of which they lapse. She said her government will take the CSS very seriously so that J&K’s performance is at least at par with other states like Gujarat.
Ms Mufti flagged the issue of waste management in the twin capital cities of Jammu and Srinagar and wanted officers to offer solution to the grave crisis.
With State Police Chief also part of the meeting, Chief Minister said she wants a corruption free police.