National Public Service Day-2019 celebrated in Gaibandha | 2019-07-24

National Public Service Day-2019 celebrated in Gaibandha

24 July, 2019 12:00 AM printer

GAIBANDHA: National Public Service Day-2019 was celebrated in the district on Tuesday with an objective to encourage and motivate the government officials to extend their services for people’s welfare, reports BSS.

Marking the day, a big colorful rally led by DC Abdul Matin was brought out from the DC office premises on Tuesday morning and ended at the same venue after parading the main roads of the town. Later, a discussion meeting organised by district administration was held at the conference room of district Collectorate Building here in the morning with additional deputy commissioner Alamgir Kabir Saikat in the chair.

DC Abdul Matin attended the function and addressed it as the chief guest and civil surgeon Dr. ABM Abu Hanif and additional police super Anwar Hossain were present as the special guests.

The speakers in their speeches put emphasis on providing standard and quality services to the doorsteps of the people with transparency and accountability in line with the digitised system following short time, short cost and short visits

They also urged the officials and the employees in their respective field to work with innovative ideas and thoughts and sincerity for the welfare and uplift of the grassroots people

DC Abdul Latif in his speeches said the country had already achieved millennium development goal and was going to achieve sustainable development goal of the United Nations by 2030 side by side with turning Bangladesh into a middle income country by 2021 and developed one by 2041.

In this context, the acting DC urged the officials and the employees to discharge their duties with sincerity, honesty and dedication and to gear up the departmental activities by ensuring their services to the people rising above all kinds of criticism and irregularities.

Almost all the district level officials of government and autonomous organisations and the officials of the district administration including journalists of print and electronic media took part in the programmes.