Gangtok, Jan 25 (UNI) Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Chamling has spelt out a 54-point framework for the bureaucrats for achieving the fully developed state target of 2015.
Addressing the top brass of the executive wing yesterday, Mr Chamling said they must be clear on 2015 target to make Sikkim a self-sustainable, 100 per cent literate state and sought their support in realisation of those targets.
The Chief Minister's guidelines called heavily on the bureaucrats to be visionaries and lead by example in the implementation of the people centric schemes in a comprehensive manner.
''Lets share equal responsibility,'' said Mr Chamling.
He said the bureaucrats were not very familiar with the power decentralisation concept and directed them to ensure greater autonomy and responsibility to the panchayats.
He also appealed them to evolve a new line of thinking and be more creative in implementation of the government schemes for the benefit of the common people.
The Chief Minister also remembered the achievements and development activities of the SDF government in its 14-year rule and said Sikkim will march ahead smoothly.
At the same time, he added that they could have done much better and called upon the bureaucrats to match the pace of the government.
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