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Janata Durbar for Bihar's woes
Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna |
March 23, 2005 10:42 IST
A fortnight after president's rule was imposed in Bihar, Governor Buta Singh said he would be holding 'Janata Durbar' to discuss the problems of common people.
State Chief Secretary K A H Subramanian told rediff.com on Wednesday that Buta Singh has decided to meet people once a week on a specified day to listen to their grievances.
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The Janata Durbars are likely to begin next week.
Subramanian, who was appointed acting advisor pending formal appointment of advisors by the Centre, said that a complaint cell would also start functioning at Raj Bhavan soon.
An officer of the rank of joint secretary will head the cell to attend to petitions from the public .
Subramanian said the government would advertise the schedule for the Janata Durbar soon.