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Ensuring transparency of public servants stressed

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Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives Minister Khandker Mosharraf Hossain stressed the need for ensuring transparency of the public servants in discharging their duties.  "Public employees should ensure transparency while discharging their duties as it is vested upon them to build a hunger-free nation announced by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina," he said.
He was speaking at a function arranged for signing annual performance agreement (APA) with its various departments and organizations at the ministry's conference room here.
"The successful implementation of the "Vision-2021" and "Vision-2041? mainly depends on you people (government employees). If you perform your duty accordingly it will help us to implement the visions," he opined.  He requested the public servants to discharge their duties keeping people's welfare in mind.
The minister viewed that dynamism has been brought in the government activities since signing the APA agreement in 2014-15. He hoped that the LGRD Ministry will achieve cent percent targets mentioned in the APA like the previous year.
Senior Secretary of LGRD Department Dr Zafor Ahmed Khan, Rural Development and Cooperative Department Secretary SM Golam Faruk and other high officials of the ministry were present on the occasion.

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