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We are creating Responsible Governance through IT: CM Fadnavis

NagpurVision – Stating Maharashtra is in the process of creating responsible governance through use of IT, Chief Minister of State Devendra Fadnavis has said use of IT can bring about greater accessibility, credibility, transparency and responsibility in governance and delivery of services. Speaking at a programme ‘Oracle Open World’ organized by Oracle Company at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on Tuesday, Fadnavis further said as government is agency to deliver various services to its people, we are IT leader and it would help us do with greater efficiency and transparency.

In fact, the CM said the problem so far had been that in the absence of IT, delivery system was not quick and that was the biggest disconnect. In this context, he pointed out that the state was planning to create a platform where no government official will ask anyone to give one certificate to another government department for same work. Secure, reliable and robust connectivity using optic fibre network has already been provided to 14,000 gram panchayats of the state under Maha-net Optic Fibre with the goal to get access to the information superhighway, told Fadnavis.

The CM said with a view to provide common last mile digitally assisted delivery channel for all citizen centric services ‘Aaple Sarkar’ portal is already in use. At the same time, we are constructing digital roads at village level for their prosperity. He informed the gathering that the state was providing 370 services online through Right to Services and added if the true benefits of the democratic system are to be transferred to common man, transparency has no parallel. And for this delivery of services through digital platform comes as a most powerful tool, he remarked.

Referring to the vision of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for all round development of India through use of IT, Fadnavis said what the country could not do in 100 years, it can do in just 10 years and this vision of Mr. Modi could only be realized if states like Maharashtra perform “as it is powerhouse of India”. Fadnavis was later given the Technology Transformation Award for bringing about revolutionary changes in the IT sector in Maharashtra.

Chief Minister of Maharashtra State Devendra Fadnavis




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