Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Wednesday that there are three types of officers, out of which one is the officer who enjoys stopping the work and by citing the rules and regulations, people stop the work in such a way that only people can get the work done. gets sweaty.
Chouhan said this in the program “Mantra of Success” organized by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) in honor of 38 students selected from Madhya Pradesh in Bhopal.
He said, “It has been 15 years since I became the Chief Minister. I know the officers who are like that. There are three types. There are those who continue to do routine work to see who gets more confused. Whatever (work) comes, get it done.
Chauhan said, “Others are those who enjoy stopping work. Don’t let it happen By citing the rules and regulations, they stop (work) in such a way that people get sweaty only in getting (work) done.”
He said, “And thirdly there are those who, even when there is a problem or there is no rule or procedure, they find a way out of it and give decisions to achieve the desired goal. We are, we are meant to do.
Chouhan said that if a district magistrate wants, he can change the entire district. Many officers have created history by doing development and welfare of the people.
He said that people can be benefited by taking out the way from the rules.
Chouhan told the selected students in UPSC, “Civil services is not a career to earn money, it is a career to build the state and the country. In this you get an opportunity to change the lives of people. We must work to find a solution to the problem. Where there is a will, there is a way.”
He said, “The hankering for development is such that many officers have set benchmarks. People now worship him like a deity. Not one, there were many officers who worked to change the lives of people. My children, you should also do such work, which will change the lives of the poor and the state’s Navnirman should be done.
Chouhan said that on an average 15 to 20 students from Madhya Pradesh are selected in the UPSC examination every year. For the first time in the state, 38 students have been selected in the UPSC examination. This is a proud achievement for the state. Due to the respect of the selected students, other students will also take inspiration to achieve such success.