Bhubaneswar: In a major decision, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday announced launching of “Mo Sarkar” programme under which he and his Minister colleagues will dial common citizens to seek their feedbacks on the kind of response they got during their visit to different Government establishments.
The initiative which is based on 5T model of governance will be implemented in all police stations and District Headquarters Hospitals across the State in first phase from Gandhi Jayanati on October 2 and reach out to all Government departments by March 5, 2020.
Patnaik made the key announcement in his address to the people on the occasion of 73rd State-level Independence Day at the IDCO Exhibition Ground in Unit-III here.
The Chief Minister also pledged his involvement in rollout of the programme by engaging directly with people on quality of citizen services in police stations, Government offices and hospitals. State Cabinet and senior officials will also engage directly with people through telephone calls.
“My Government works on the principle of 5T and is focused on welfare of the people of the State. Based on it we will start Mo Sarkar programme. Under this initiative, I and Minister colleagues would dial you (common citizens) to seek your feedbacks on the kind of response you got your visit to police stations and district headquarters hospitals from October 2 on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti,” said Patnaik in his address.
The initiative was aimed at strengthening Government-Citizen partnership and bringing about transformation in lives of people of the State, said the Chief Minister.
Patnaik also paid tribute to freedom fighters during his Independence Day address.
Elaborate security arrangements were put in place at the venue and nearby areas to ensure smooth conduct of the State-level event.