Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today urged the ministers to give report before 7th of every month about the status of implementation of various promises made by his party Biju Janata Dal in its 2019 poll manifesto.
The ministers will give the first report of their respective departments to the Chief Minister before July 7, sources said.
Notably, on the first day of taking over as Chief Minister of Odisha for the record fifth consecutive term on May 29, Naveen Patnaik said in the first Cabinet meeting that his government has given in-principle approval to the promises his party made in the run-up to the elections.
Setting out a deadline, the CM said that a year from now, on May 29, 2020, the government will present before the people their achievements against the promises.
In a signal to his council of ministers, Naveen also outlined the “three Ts” of governance — team work, transparency, and technology, leading to transformation’.
He added another dimension — time, which he said, “is of critical essence as the youth of today are in a hurry.
The Chief Minister advised his new Council of Ministers to focus on transformation of a new odisha , an empowered Odisha where poverty will be a thing of the past and where women are equal partners in growth and development, a state that is inclusive of all vulnerable sections in its landscape of development, and where the ambitions of youth come true.