Central Secretariat Service officers start ‘Jansewa Abhiyan’ to focus on public grievances, pendency | India News


NEW DELHI: The Central Secretariat Service (CSS) Forum asked CSS officers to be part of a ‘Jansewa Abhiyan’ — mission to serve the public — that starts with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday on Saturday and shall continue until the CSS Day to be observed on October 1.
As part of the campaign, CSS forum general secretary Manmohan Verma said, all CSS officers are requested to focus on achieving zero file pendency status till culmination of the campaign, doing maximum official work in ‘rajbhasha’ Hindi, taking immediate action on public grievances and RTIs and providing innovative suggestions towards building of ‘New India’.
The appeal of CSS forum — an umbrella association of 12,000 CSS officers — is in line with recent instruction of department of administrative reforms and public grievances (DARPG) for prompt disposal of pending public grievances.
CSS officers are often referred to as the backbone of Central government. These officers are entrusted with responsibilty of formulation of policies of Central government and ensuring the proper implementation of these policies by coordinating with concerned agencies.


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