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Sunday, 29 January 2012

Suresh Kumar leads delegation to Bihar to study Right to Services Act

   A four-member delegation of the State Government, led by Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs S. Suresh Kumar, is in Bihar to study the implementation of the Right to Services Act in that State.

The State Government has been making arrangements for the implementation of the Karnataka Guarantee of Services to Citizens Act 2011, for providing various services of 11 departments. The Legislature session held last month passed the Bill. The Act would be effectively implemented from March, an official said.

Mr. Suresh Kumar called on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday to study the concept behind the enactment and implementation of the Right to Services Act there. The Act aimed towards the benefit of the people by eliminating corruption in the delivery of public services.

On Tuesday, Mr. Suresh Kumar and other members of the delegation visited Vaishali and other districts and studied the implementation of the Act. The delegation had interactions with the public and officials to find out the relevance of the Act. The team is expected to return to Bangalore on Wednesday.

Mr. Nitish Kumar told Mr. Suresh Kumar that the Act proved an effective tool in delivering services to the people in a stipulated time.

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