Bengal Governor to launch administrative calendar

| | Updated on: Jan 01, 2014

West Bengal Governor, M.K. Narayanan is likely to visit the new State secretariat, Nabanna, on January 2 to launch the State’s first-ever administrative calendar. This incidentally, will be the first time that a Governor will visit the State secretariat.

The new State secretariat was inaugurated as a makeshift arrangement earlier in 2013 after the Government decided to move out of Writers’ Buildings. Repair work is being undertaken at Writers’ Buildings, the State Government’s original seat of administration post Independence.

The administrative calendar is a charter of the work proposed to be executed by the Government in each district. It will also have the targeted completion date.

Confirming the development, the Trinamool Congress website claims that it was a “historical visit”. “Such an event is not heard of even in the British colonial era,” the website claims.

Published on January 01, 2014

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