Chennai, Jan 11 (BPNS)
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M.K. Stalin has called upon the secretaries of various state government departments to set targets to themselves by not competing with other state governments within the country but with developed South Asian nations as well as other countries.
He was chairing a meeting to review the status of various announcements made by the state government and said that the secretaries must-visit districts twice a month to monitor the implementation of various schemes.
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister called upon officials to focus on improving water resources, agricultural production, quality of education, and health indicators. He also said that the officials must keep their attention on schemes like housing for all, honing skills of youth and eradicating poverty as well as improving the industrial infrastructure of the state.
Stalin said that of the 1641 announcements made during the Governor’s address and by the state government, orders have been issued for 1313 cases. He said that this was 80 percent of the announcements made and called upon the officials to work towards completing the remaining announcements.
The Chief Minister asked the officials that they should ensure that after issuing the Government Orders, the schemes have reached the end beneficiaries and ensure that funds have been transferred to them
Stalin said that the officials should communicate with the Union government and chalk out plans for the next financial year as well as strive for issuing orders to the remaining 20 percent of the announcements made.
The Chief Minister also said that the next Secretary level review meeting would be held in February. Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary, V. Irai Anbu was also present in the meeting.