Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh directed officials to shift all major offices related to public services to the integrated divisional office complexes coming up in Gorakhpur and Varanasi on Thursday, May 18. Adityanath issued the order while reviewing the progress of the construction of office complexes in the two districts during a meeting.
The CM also issued the order while reviewing the progress of the construction of office complexes in the two districts during a meeting.
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What did Yogi Adityanath say?
In the meeting, Adityanath emphasized the importance of developing these complexes at divisional headquarters which are similar to government-operated secretariats.
The CM urged the Varanasi and Gorakhpur Development Authority to expedite the progress of the construction projects and submit their proposals promptly.
The integrated offices should be equipped with modern facilities such as an auditorium, a video conference room, and parking, and must promote paperless working, he said.
He also added that “People will no longer have to face the inconvenience of commuting to different offices for their respective tasks. Additionally, the integrated office premises will facilitate better coordination and collaboration among different offices.”
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