Kudos to Modi ji for simplifying the proceedures and making many things hasstle free in the process.
Bravo Mr Modi !!!!
Gazetted Officers........ Bye - Bye.... (GET LOST!)
Govt may drop Attestation of documents by gazetted officers ( Stamps Walo Aapke Din Gaye)
You may no longer need a Gazetted officer or a magistrate to attest documents sought by
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked his bureaucrats to repeal all laws and rules which come in the way of effective Governance.
In a meeting with secretaries on Wednesday,the PM suggested government departments should adopt the system of self-attestation of certificates, photographs and marks sheets, instead of asking for Attested Documents or filing of affidavits.
He also told officials that all Government application forms should be made short and simple by doing away with unnecessary fields.
The prime minister said self attestation should be enough because it is a hassle for the common man to get it attested from Gazetted officers. Anyway, the original documents are required to be produced at the final selection... (Courtesy BS)..
Mr. Modi has passed an epic resolution:
Only Scientist and Technical associate will participate and attend the Scientists Conference in India and Abroad....No Minister or Bureaucrat is allowed as a part of this delegation.This is land mark decision as almost 50% participants were non technical Ministers and their cronies....who did not understand a thing on the subject.....they just used to enjoy travel and hospitality at Govt expense
For last 67 years nobody had time n inclination to change this as there was no vision in their heads right from Nehru to Sonia ...
THANKS, MODI JI, YOU ARE ACTING LIKE THE TRUE SON OF SOIL WHO HONOURS THE PEOPLE. THE PREVIOUS GOVERNMENTS USED TO DRIVE THEM WITH STICKS AND KILL THEM WITH BULLETS.
INDIAN "DONKEY" SHEDDING THE USELESS BURDEN OF BUREAUCRACY AND "BABOO(N)S.
FOR THE LAST 67 YEARS THE GOVERNMENT OF DYNASTY'S "DOGS" HAD ONLY ONE AIM, TO HUMILIATE THE CITIZEN AND TAKE AWAY HIS DIGNITY AND PEACE OF MIND.