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Remember that people come for rights, not for charity; CM to employees

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has criticized the local government employees for not having a healthy attitude towards the people. He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations. The Chief Minister’s criticism came while inaugurating the Kerala Municipal and Corporation Staff Union State Conference.

No one comes for personal charity. Remember that they are coming for their rights. The fact is that there are serious evils that do not conform to the general character of the state. The CM also said that they should think about how to get rid of this. Needless to say, things are not allowed. But it is not right to be reluctant to do what is permissible.

Complaints are widespread that local government officials do not take such a healthy approach when people approach them for their needs. Remember that no one comes for your personal generosity but for their rights. He is not in that chair to bother people. This is not to say that all employees are like this. But there are such people, the CM said.

There are those who come to the offices and go back with Tikta experiences. The door does not open despite several knocks on the door. This is not the case. Such matters should be seriously examined and corrected. Sitting in a chair is not for such purposes. Those who sit like that will catch on at some point. The CM also clarified that there was no need to say where their accommodation would be.

Ours is the least corrupt country. But we want a country where there is no corruption at all. The government’s position is that five jobs per thousand people in the jurisdiction of each local body. It should not lie in the declaration, it should happen. When someone comes up with an employment agency, there are some who see them as enemies. Such people are the enemies of the country.

It is our responsibility to help and encourage those who come to employ many people. Remember that the work you do is part of the chair in which you sit. The duty is not to harm people. Don’t get bogged down in what you can do. It often happens that way. The Chief Minister said that an artificial approach should be taken in such matters


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