Pune: A day-long workshop on 'zero pendency and daily disposal' was held by Pune Divisional Commissioner Chandrakant Dalvi for Pune rural police and officials of revenue department at Divisional Commissioner Office in Camp on Friday. The model aims at bringing a citizen-friendly administration and clearance of files within the stipulated time frame for which working on daily disposal of files is necessary.
While addressing a press conference at Divisional Commissioner Office in Camp, Dalvi said that the initiative of 'zero pendency' will certainly help citizens and will create a good image of the government in people's minds.
"Many times, we have found that files are pending due to poor inter-department communication and hence, there is a need for people to take initiative and clear the files as earliest," added Dalvi.
Several officials from police and revenue department present in the workshop cleared their doubts. Dalvi advised officials to clear files on a daily basis so that files do not pile up. "We do understand that officials have to work on the field but that does not mean we ignore other work. We have to serve the people and so we should focus on completing the work," added Dalvi.
Kolhapur Range IGP Vishwas Nangare-Patil who was present at the workshop, said that the police are focused on improving the pendency rates and achieving zero pendency in departments of criminal cases, complaints and other administrative work.
Superintendent of Sangli police Dattatreya Shinde spoke on externment of criminals and Police Inspector Sunil Dorge talked on queries of officials on Maharashtra Prevention of Dangerous Activities of Slumlords Bootleggers & Drug Offenders Act (MPDA). Superintendent of Rural police Suvez Haque was also present.