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I-Day Celebration: Odisha CM Announces 'Mo Sarkar' From Oct 2, 5T In All DHH & Police Stations


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15 August 2019

Snigdha Chandan Das


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Bhubaneswar: On the occasion of 73rd Indian Independence Day, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik unfurled the nation flag at Exhibition Ground and announced the 'Mo Sarkar' initiative based of 5T from October 2, marking the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

"The 5T- Teamwork, Transparency, Technology, Time leading to Transformation- will be implemented in all District Headquarter Hospitals and police stations from October 2 onwards. In the next phase from March 5, 2020, this will extended to all departments," the Chief Minister said.

"Our government is to serve the people. The government is functioning due to taxpayers' money. Thus, we have taken this important decision today," he added.

"I am your Chief Minister. I will directly phone you and enquire about the response given by hospitals, police stations and Government offices. I will personally look after and take care of it. I will also ask seek feedback about citizen-centric services given by senior Government officers of both district and State level," he elaborated. Such an initiative is first of its kind in India.

"If any rural household is still deprived of electricity connection, then you can file an application at the local Panchayat office and you will get electric connection within 48 hours," he assured.

Paying tributes to Indian freedom fighter, he also reiterated his earlier demand to incorporate the word 'AHIMSA' (non-violence) in the Preamble of Indian Constitution as a mark of befitting tribute to Father of Nation- Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary this year.

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AP Padhi, Chief Secretary, Odisha

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Satyajit Mohanty, Commissioner of Police, BBSR-Cuttack

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