Mamata cautions ministers, officials against communication gap

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday cautioned her ministers and bureaucrats to guard against any "communication gap" hampering the functioning of the administration.

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday cautioned her ministers and bureaucrats to guard against any "communication gap" hampering the functioning of the administration.

After reviewing the progress of development schemes at a meeting involving all the departments at the historic Town Hall, she said she would hold administrative parleys of three north Bengal districts - Cooch Behar, Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling - June 2 at the newly-constructed north Bengal secretariat "Uttar Kanya".

Banerjee, who took stock of development programmes undertaken this calendar year at the Town Hall meeting, said: "We have reviewed all work as per the Administrative Calendar published in January."

Expressing happiness with the progress of work at the grassrooots level, she said: "In our discussion we came to the conclusion that there should not be any communication gap."

The chief minister termed the review meeting "positive and constructive".

Banerjee has been holding such administrative meetings every six months to keep the officers and ministers on their toes.

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