Lucknow, Aug 12 (UNI) The Second Administrative Reforms Commission would submit its report on the civil services cadre by next month in which it will recommend several measures to strengthen the services and to prevent politically motivated rampant transfers of the officials resulting in hampered development works.
Senior official V Ramchandaran said here that they were finalising the report on the civil services reforms and by the next month it would be submitted to the Central government.
Talking to mediapersons, Mr Ramchandaran, who is heading a four member Commission, said the report would also seek better cordination between the civil services with the NGOs and other groups for achieving better development of the country.
''Rampant transfers of officials were a major cause of concern in the entire country and it should be stopped. Several development programmes are been delayed due to the frequent shifting leading to escalation of cost of the projects,'' the commission member said.
He said the commission under its report on the administrative ethics had already recommended several steps to prevent corruption besides, ways to prosecute such officials.
''We have recommended new mechanism to deal with the corrupt officials and particularly those who have been charged by the investigating agencies,'' he said.
The members were in the state capital to discuss several issues with the state government officials for better administration and smooth and fast implementation of the schemes and projects.
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