Panchayats Offer Mysuru Declaration Services

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27 November 2021 Current Affairs:On November 22, 2021, delegates from 16 states signed the “Mysuru Declaration” during a “National Consultative Workshop on Citizen Charter & Delivery of Services by Panchayats.”

Highlights:
♦ These states agreed to implement Common Minimum Service Delivery by Panchayats in India beginning April 1, 2022.
♦ The Mysuru Declaration seeks to acknowledge Citizen-Centric Services as the “Heart of Governance.”
♦ The declaration includes critical inputs on different elements of service delivery, which are either supplied directly by panchayats or supported by panchayats.
♦ The Ministry of Panchayat Raj organised the National Consultative Workshop on Citizen Charter and Service Delivery by Panchayats in collaboration with the Abdul Nazir State Institute of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Mysuru, and the National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Hyderabad.
♦ It is a system of local self-government used in communities throughout rural India. It consists of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs), which enable villages to self-govern.
♦ PRIs are responsible for “economic growth, scheme execution, and improving social justice, in addition to the 29 themes stated in the Eleventh Schedule.”

Commitments:
♦ Participating states have made the following commitments as part of the declaration:

  • Increase the provision of Citizen Services at the grassroots level in a timely and effective way.
  • To apply the highest levels of professional ethics and accountability in order to provide timely public services.

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