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Information sought on achievements of Delhi government under President's rule

Tuesday, 20 May 2014 - 10:49pm IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI

With the President's rule in Delhi set to complete a hundred days next week, all departments of the state government have been asked to compile major achievements and important decisions taken during the period.

In a circular issued recently, all the departments have been asked to compile their achievements along with the date.

"It has been decided to make a compilation of the last 100 days of GNCT Delhi covering...important decisions taken, especially the policy decision and decisions having significant public impact.

And also "...important projects approved, started or completed, measures initiated to improve service delivery and for prompt redressal of grievance of people, drives initiated by the departments for better governance and important policies and projects under consideration," the circular said.

The information, in both hand and soft copy, is to be submitted to the the Directorate of Information & Publicity (DIP), by May 21.

According to the sources, the information is likely to be sent to the Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.

This is the first time that such an excerise under the President's rule is being carried out. Usually it is done by elected governments to put forth their achievements before the public.


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