With the objective of ensuring field level delivery of benefits and services to the last person of the state under the central flagship programmes and state government schemes “Prati Ghare Sushason” campaign was launched on September 17 on the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
And the campaign has been wrapped up on December 25, on the birthday of late Prime Minister Atal Behari Bajpayee, stated the chief minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha yesterday at the closing programme of Prati Ghare Sushason at Rabindra Satabarshiki Bhavan.
The programme was also attended by the deputy chief minister Jishnu Dev Varma, speaker of Tripura Legislative Assembly Ratan Chakraborty, tourism minister Pranajit Singha Roy, information and cultural affairs minister Sushanta Chowdhury, mayor of Agartala Municipal Corporation Dipak Majumder, chief secretary J.K. Sinha, secretary of ICA department Dr. P.K. Chakraborty and director of the department Ratan Biswas. Guests at the programme paid floral tribute to the portrait of later former Atal Behari Bajpayee.
At the programme chief minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha released the report card of this campaign. Besides, the chief minister unveiled a public awareness leaflet ‘Amar Sarkar’ and launched a mobile App by the same name. Among others present on the occasion were representatives of three-tier Panchayati Raj System, chairmen of different corporations, top officials of the state administration and DM/ BDOS.
Addressing the audience the chief minister said, our aim is to convey the message of good governance on the closing programme of Prati Ghare Sushason organized on the birthday of late former Prime Minister Atal Behari Bajpayee because he personified good governance. He worked through his life for the welfare of human beings. Chief minister also said, the government has taken initiative to reach out to the people by using technology, as our aim is to build Ek Tripura Shrestha Tripura. In order to build a bond with the public Amar Sarkar portal has been create through the panchayat department. He hoped that ‘Amar Sarkar portal will play a significant role in delivering government benefit to the last person of the society and it will also act as a means to record grievances of people.
The chief minister said, additionally every Thursday public representatives at GP level along with the government officials will visit different areas and record grievances of people. This process has been termed ‘Village Walk’. Amar Sarkar Day will be observed in every gram panchayat on every Monday and the people could report their grievances there as well.