In the aftermath of the Nimach, Mandsaur and Ujjain incidents in Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given strict instructions on the tough stance. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that peace and tranquility must be maintained in the state at all costs. If anyone makes a fuss, he will not be left out. The Chief Minister’s warning came in the context of the incidents in Nimach, Ujjain and Mandsaur. Earlier, the Chief Minister had discussed these incidents with the officials.
In a meeting with ministers and department heads, the chief minister said the campaign against mafia and adulterants should not be relaxed. He further said that the officers providing protection to the mafia should also be managed. The chief minister has indicated that the government may also bring in laws against stone-throwers. A virtual meeting of ministers and officials is held in the evening. Runs from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
At that time, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that no one gives a better opinion to the government than the people. The public is represented by representatives and ministers, so officials have to work under their leadership. “It’s unfortunate that if I reprimand an officer, the public applauds,” he said. It seems that there is some mistrust towards the officials. It shouldn’t be.
Build trust in people, listen to them and fix problems. The Chief Minister asked the Ministers to increase the supervision of the pending projects of the department. List schemes that are not useful. In the case of public service, work should be done in a single window of the department and labor reform should be implemented effectively. Think about going out of the box, consider other options besides government employment.