Govt seeks status reports from ministers
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sought a status report from all the ministers and head of departments on their ongoing projects and the work done by them in the last eight months.
A senior official said that the Chief Minister wanted to tell the people about the work his government has done so far in the national Capital. All the ministers and HODs will soon give a presentation to the Chief Minister on separate days, the official added.
The issues on which presentations will be made are — redesigning of roads, pollution, food adulteration, Swaraj Bill, Yamuna, improvement of infrastructure in hospitals, skill education, modern infrastructure, J J cluster developments, <g data-gr-id="21">rain water</g> harvesting and ration shops among others.
Kejriwal has asked ministers and all the heads of departments to make a presentation on their ongoing projects. The move also aims to know the hurdles coming in the way of executing different projects.
“During the presentations, due to be held on separate days, the CM will also seek details about the departments’ future projects. The first presentation will soon be held on ‘redesign of roads’ at the Chief Minister’s official residence,” the official said.
The official also said that ministers, the concerned head of department and staff will be present during presentations. After coming to power, Kejriwal had held a review meeting with HODs on the AAP’s 70-point agenda, which it had promised before the Delhi Assembly polls.