Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani today called upon the newly appointed youths joining the State Government’s Panchayat Department in different cadres to work with a humanitarian compassionate positive approach to let the people feel
the administrative machinery’s vibrancy.
He said the next generation is best equipped to change the government’s stereotyped lackadaisical and image to build a New India as envisioned by the Prime Minister. As responsive government servants, they should change the government servants’ usual impression
of negative image.
CM Shri Rupani was speaking at a function to mark distribution of appointment letters to about 3,000 out of 11,563 selected candidates at Mahatma Mandir here. The remaining 8,000-odd candidates would be given appointment letters in 28 other district headquarters
in due course.
He described the youths joining the Panchayat Department as the extended hands of the government, expected to compassionately listening to the problems and needs of the people and provide solutions rising above parochialism. The applicants sitting in remote
areas should be preferably heard at their doorsteps itself. The government’s ‘Seva Setu’ scheme has also brought about change in this direction, settling about 35-lakh cases.
Those present on the occasion included Deputy Chief Minister Shri Nitinbhai Patel, Minister of State for Panchayat Shri Jayantibhai Kavadia, Gujarat Seva Pasandgi Board Chairman Shri Naresh Shah, Principal Secretary Panchayat Shri Rajgopal, Development Commissioner
Shri R. C. Meena, Rural Development Commissioner Ms. Jayanti Ravi, Panchayat Seva Board Members, DDO and other officials.