November 18th, 2011
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7 point agenda for development

Oommen-Chandy-CmThiruvananthapuram: The Kerala Chief Minister Mr Oommen Chandy has drawn up a seven point agenda for development for the remaining part of the first administrative year of the UDF government. Special impetus shall be given to infrastructure development, transparency, waste management, protection of environment, development of health care sector , human resource development and the IT sector.

” Stress shall be given to infrastructure development . It is in this sector that we are lagging behind,” he said. The state would also focus on economic development and employment generation through the tourism industry and the IT industry.The centre had launched a skill development mission. The Chief Minister said four CIAL model companies would be set up in the state.

The right to service act shall be enacted during the first year of the government, to ensure establishment of corruption free administration and the introduction of of greater transparency. The Information and Data Exchange Advanced System ( IDEAS) will be implemented in all departments of the Secretariat. A four member committee was constituted as part of the State Whistleblower Protection Policy. Those who gives tip-off  to expose corruption would be rewarded besides eing given full protection.

Under the Suchitwa Keralam Mission e- toilets will be installed at all municipalities and municipal corporations. plastic shredding units will be opened at all panchayats. As part of branding Kerala at the global level, The Emerging Kerala Investor Meet will be held in the state in September next year. A new company Kerala High Speed Rail Corporation will undertake the Thiruvananthapuram – Mangalore high speed rail corridor project.


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