Ragubar Das bats for 'ease of doing business', says it is in Jharkhand's interest
Jamshedpur, Nov 6: Asserting that government schemes should be implemented with transparency and accountability, Jharkhand Chief Minister Ragubar Das has said ease of doing business was in the interest of the state.
He said that his government would strive to towards it as it would encourage businesses to invest in Jharkhand.
Schemes should be implemented soon with transparency and accountability, and the officers at ground level should implement the schemes effectively, an official release quoted Das as saying.
The chief minister said no work should be done offline, especially in the departments which have started online operations. The state government will conduct meetings every three months and review the situation, the release added.
Hailing India's 30 places jump in the World Bank's ease of doing business rankings, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had last week said ease of doing business leads to "ease of life".
India has jumped a massive 30 places to 100 in the World Bank's ease of doing business rankings this year.