Jammu and Kashmir News
SRINAGAR, AUGUST 07: Three IAS Probationers of the 2014 batch, who have been allotted to J&K cadre, called on the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, here this morning.
The probationers comprised Dr. Owais Ahmad from Poonch, J&K, Dr. Sagar Doifode, from Pune, Maharashtra and Rahul Yadav from Uttar Pradesh.
During their meeting, the Chief Minister advised them to avail maximum benefit out of their ongoing training programme in the State so that they understand many of the intricate problems which are routinely faced by the ordinary citizens, in particular those residing in remote and far-flung areas.
Asking the officers to maintain the highest standards of probity and integrity in dissemination of their official duties, Mufti Sayeed said their main motive should be to serve the people by delivering justice in a fair, transparent and hassle-free manner. “You have to be on toes in understanding and addressing the problems of the people,” he said.
The Chief Minister also advised the IAS probationers to familiarize themselves with the special characteristics of the State which would prepare them better in gaining immediate understanding of the challenges faced by the people.