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Chief Minister of Gandaki State,Nepal sees bureaucracy’s significant role

The Chief Minister shared that the public administration should be smooth and transparent, adding that efficient human resources were needed for overall development of the State.
Chief Minister of Gandaki State, Prithvi Subba Gurung

POKHARA: Chief Minister of Gandaki State, Prithvi Subba Gurung, has said that the role of bureaucracy was significant in making the government success.

At a program organized by the Office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers to welcome the Chief Secretary of the State, Bishnu Nepal, on Sunday, Gurung opined that bureaucracy has the responsibility and duty to implement the policy-level decisions of the government.

Saying there would be an appropriate evaluation of employees with good performance, he pointed out the need of being active in order to address the people’s expectations.

The Chief Minister shared that the public administration should be smooth and transparent, adding that efficient human resources were needed for overall development of the State.

Similarly, Chief Secretary of State Nepal expressed his commitment to get involved in making the government’s activities further effective by best utilizing his capacity and capability.
Stating that support of all was necessary for the success of the government, he urged the employees to remain active and responsible.

On the occasion, Chief Minister Gurung, ministers, high-ranking officials of the government welcomed State’s Chief Secretary Nepal.

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