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Effective and swift public service delivery top priority of govt.


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2023 Jun 19, 17:13, Kathmandu

Newly appointed Chief Secretary Dr Baikuntha Aryal said that the government's topmost priority was to deliver public services more effectively and swiftly.

In a meeting with the delegation of Nepal Chamber of Commerce her today, newly appointed Chief Secretary Aryal assured that the government was sensitive towards deliver quality public services for which long-term policy and plans were in the offing.

According to Aryal, improvement in the quality of public service was also linked to the success of government. He spoke of the need for the government and private sector to join hands to attain economic growth and prosperity.

He also shared that efforts were being made for attracting international investment in Nepal.

Similarly, the visiting delegation of the Chamber recommended putting in place time-bound schedule and strictly implementing in the public offices so as to make the administrative services of the country swift and orderly.

Chamber's President Rajendra Malla shared that they also suggested the newly appointed Chief Secretary to make service-sector that is directly linked to public result-oriented through effective intergovernmental coordination.

According to him, by making time-bound scheduled for public service delivery would bring respite to the public. The Chamber also called for concrete policy arrangement to do away with the condition of people queuing up for hours to pay taxes.

The Chamber also drew the attention of the Chief Secretary to facilitate in taking forward the Financial Ordinance that is under consideration in the parliament. It pointed out the need to attract as much as foreign investment to attain economic growth and prosperity. ---

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