Dhaka, Bangladesh
Officials urged to reach to people's doorsteps

Officials urged to reach to people's doorsteps

RANGPUR, July 17: The public servants must work sincerely for reaching government services to the people's doorsteps easily by utilising the opportunities of ICT in the process of building a middle income digital Bangladesh, reports BSS. High officials came up with the opinion at a post-rally discussion organised by the district administration at conference room of the Deputy Commissioner on Monday in observance of the International Public Service Day-2017. Divisional Commissioner Kazi Hasan Ahmed launched programme of the day with the theme of 'The future is now, Accelerating public service Innovation for Agenda 2030' by releasing balloons before leading a colourful procession. Additional Divisional Commissioners Minu Shill (General) and Abdul Mazid (Revenue), among high ranking government officials attended the launching ceremony held on the Deputy Commissioner's office premises. Later, the Divisional Commissioner attended the discussion held at the conference room of the District Collectorate Building as the chief guest with Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Wahidu-zzaman in the chair. Deputy Director (Local Government) Sultana Pervin, Secretary to Rangpur Zila Parishad Arzoo Ara Begum, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC-General) Ruhul Amin Mian, ADC (Education and ICT) Rabiul Islam, District Education Officer Shahidul Islam and Senior District Information Officer Humayun Kobir, addressed, among others. The speakers said the public servants should reach government services to the people's doorsteps in a hassle-free manner for building a middle income Bangladesh through materialising the Vision 2021 on way to build a developed country by 2041. Sultana Pervin narrated the goals of Vision 2021 and digitisation programme that has already brought about an epoch-making renaissance accelerating development in building a hunger-free middle income digital Bangladesh by 2021. Humayun Kobir narrated the government services being provided easily to people using digitised ICT through e-services at union, upazila and district level information service centres, web portals, help desks and other ways. The chief guest directed the public servants for building welfare-oriented administration to reach government services to the people's doorsteps using computer-based ICT services as effective tools for combating corruption from government organisations.

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