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Citizens should submit complaints, applications in Divisional CM’s Office: Shinde

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Mumbai: Maharashtra state chief minister Eknath Shinde on Sunday said that ,People in rural areas should not feel the need to come to the ministry for their work. Their problem should be resolved at the local level.

In his press statement Mr Shinde has instructed the administration to speed up the work of the Divisional Chief Minister’s Secretariat, which is functioning at the regional level, so that the common people can experience a people-oriented, transparent administration.

He has appealed to the citizens to submit their complaints, statements and applications to the Divisional Chief Minister’s Secretariat.

In this the meeting was held by the Chief Minister on September 8 regarding the Good Governance Rules.

The works of the citizens at the government level, the applications received in this regard, statements, etc. are received at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat in the Ministry and sent for action at the relevant regional level for action. However, with the aim of bringing more public orientation, transparency and dynamism to the common people, Regional Office (CMO) of the Chief Minister’s Secretariat has already been started in the Divisional Commissioner’s Offices in Konkan, Amravati, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Nagpur,the statement added.

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