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Cabinet, higher bureaucracy reshuffle likely for better delivery of services, says Akhilesh

Admitting problems in the delivery system Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday hinted at a reshuffle in his ministry as well as in the higher bureaucracy.

'Change is required to spruce up the state administration and to make serve the people at the ground level,’ he said while indicating changes would be made very soon. The statement of the CM comes after Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav sought major changes in the government before the Lok Sabha elections to improve the image of the government. Addressing a press conference here Akhilesh said his government was working for the people but still more was required to be done.

The proposed change in the state ministry as well as in the bureaucracy including the CM’s secretariat is expected before the coming monsoon session of the state legislature expected to be held after the month of Ramzan.

The CM said that distribution of laptops to the student would be accelerated and claimed that there was no shortage of funds for making payments to the company for delivery of the laptops.

Refusing to speak on the reservation controversy introduced by UP Public Service Commission, the CM said that the matter was sub-judice. While talking about the flood situation in the state CM said that instructions have been given to all the districts to step up their relief and rescue operations. The CM also welcomed the High Court ban of caste rallies and said that SP never held such rallies.
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