30 Under Special training, Admin Officials of Bangladesh visited Royal City
Patiala(Daily Post Correspondent) – A team of 30 under special training administrative Officials of Bangladesh on Thursday visited the royal city here and have a Closer Look at the Indian Administrative working after paying a visit to the Mini Secretariat. Interestingly the team even went to the office of the Tehsildar and saw the working in the revenue department as well.While welcoming the team in the committee room Deputy Commissioner, Kumar Amit told the team members that as in Bangladesh there are 14 divisions similarly in India Patiala is one of the 22 district’s falling in Punjab state and also briefed them about the Civil as well as the Police administrative working. The Deputy Commissioner told the team members that in Indian administrative system any of the Aam Aadami is having direct access to the officials and this is the main important point as the people feel free to approach the officials concerning their work’s.On the other hand, The Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dr. S. Bhupati told them that in Indian administrative system both Civil as well as the Police work with full cooperation and in tandem.When the Bangladesh Delegation questioned him about the Crime checking then he said that mostly the force know about the crime or Law and Order problem but in case it comes as a surprise one then they coordinate and take steps to curb and control the crime and nip it in the bud.The delegation went to the various department to take on the spot assessment of the working there. Here it is mentioned that the delegation came from Indian Government’s IAS Training center Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy, where it has come to take the specialized training under the special programme initiated on the intervention of the Prime Minister, Narinder Modi as Modi made an announcement about the same during his visit to Dhaka.
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