Patna, Apr 8 (UNI) Reiterating his commitment for developing Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today exhorted the NDA workers to cooperate in the developmental activities.
Addressing the meeting of the NDA activists, Mr Kumar asked them to carry forward the developmental works taken up by the state government. Outlining the responsibilities of the activists, he said they should realise their duties and role in implementation of the schemes introduced by the government for the society's welfare.
''Apart from carrying forward the developmental works, they should give the actual feedback to the government about the shortcomings and anomalies in execution of the schemes,'' he said adding that their feedback would play an important role in rectification of the errors.
Mr Kumar said alertness of the activists would also enhance the quality and pace of work.
He also assured the NDA workers to initiate speedy action based on their feedbacks in the interest of the state.
Enthused with the overwhelming success of the Janata Durbar, Mr Kumar at the NDA workers meet apprised them of the welfare schemes and other developmental activities.
He said the state government had identified 1.21 crore BPL families while ration and kerosene coupon system had already been introduced.
He also asked the workers to help in implementation of the scheme to ensure that the people living at the lowest strata could also enjoy the benefits.
Mr Kumar said right from panchayat to block and district level, monitoring committees were being constituted to monitor the functionings of the public distribution system (PDS). He asked the workers also to play their role in the monitoring system.
Earlier the NDA workers who had come across the state to attend the meeting, apprised Mr Kumar of the problems of their areas.
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