Pune: Senior Congress chief and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan stated on Saturday that whereas bureaucrats are busy eradicating the epidemic throughout Kovid-19, 'political management is lacking'. However, he additionally stated that his assertion shouldn’t be seen as a criticism of the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities of the state. Significantly, Maharashtra at present has a coalition authorities of Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP.
Talking in regards to the states within the nation, Maharashtra has reported the best instances of an infection with the corona virus, whereas Mumbai is most affected by this epidemic. He additionally stated that in the intervening time the scenario is such that whereas the Indian Administrative Service officers are ready for his or her appointment, another bureaucrats must take duty of two departments concurrently. <! –
Advising Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on governance, Chavan stated, "The first task of the Chief Minister is to appoint good IAS officers to the right place."
He stated, "One should take care of his qualifications and experience while making the appointments so that the state is benefited at the present time. At present, about 10 senior IAS officers are essentially waiting for the appointment, they have no work, while some Officers have two to two departments. The Chief Minister should fill these vacant posts in a day. "
Chavan stated that "there is no benefit of blaming 'secretary-level officers' because they work according to their will but the political leadership must take some concrete decisions." But he stated, "I am not criticizing the state government. What I am saying should be taken in a positive way. It should not be seen as if I am criticizing my own government."