Work with maximum capacity to take state forward: CM
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has called for working with maximum capacity to take the state forward. Shri Chouhan was addressing administrative officers at IAS Service Meet at Academy of Administration here today.
The Chief Minister said that officers should work to bring about positive changes in people’s lives and fulfill the dream of bringing Madhya Pradesh in the row of developed states of the country. Referring to recently announced Krishi Karman Award to the state, he said that this time Madhya Pradesh has left Punjab behind in wheat production. He urged officers to live upto people’s expectations and come out of routine to enjoy their work.
Chief Secretary Shri Anthony de Sa said that MP cadre of Indian Administrative Service has a unique identity in the country. State has conducive and convenient atmosphere for work. We are committed to provide transparent, sensitive and effective administration to people of the state. At the outset, President of IAS Association Shri B.P. Singh delivered the welcome address. The programme was conducted by association’s Secretary Shri Nitish Vyas and Vice-President Shri Sanjay Shukla proposed a vote of thanks.
Director General of Academy of Administration Shri I.N.S. Dani, association’s members and retired IAS officers were present on the occasion.
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