Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today launched ‘Mo Sarkar’ to improve the governance by collecting feedback on behaviour and professionalism of government officers.
The Chief Minister launched the programme today at the Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar and released the logo and preamble of the programme. Patnaik also later visited the Saheed Nagar police station.
Under the programme, the phone numbers of all the people visiting different government offices will be registered and an SMS will be sent to their numbers within 24 hours. If the SMS is not received or the number is not registered, the concerned person can make a miss call to 14545 to get the number registered. These numbers will be randomly collected and Chief Minister, departmental minister, police DG (in case of police stations), secretary and director (in case of hospitals) will random numbers to get feedback.
Officials said that government employees will be ranked on the basis of the feedback and employees with good rank will get the out-of-turn promotion while action will be taken against employees with bad rank. The identity of the persons giving negative feedback will be kept secret.
Patnaik today called 8 persons over the phone who had earlier visited different police stations and hospitals and sought their feedback. The 8 numbers were collected randomly from ‘Mo Sarkar’ portal.
The programme started today at all the police stations, 21 District Headquarters Hospitals (DHHs) and Medical Colleges in Cuttack, Berhampur and Sambalpur. Officials said that the programme will cover all the DHHs of the state by October 30 while the programme will cover all the departments of the Odisha government by March 20120.