Saturday, 25 December 2010

Responsibility of the Government:

The government shall be responsible for efficient governance to achieve better standard of living for every citizen and maintaining good relations with all other countries in the world. Prime minister shall be responsible for each and every policy decision.
Prime minister shall delegate powers to ministers for their day to day working and enforcing policy decisions. Prime minister shall obtain business advice from advisers and discuss the same in the council of ministers before taking decision. Prime minister shall have full powers to change ministries and ministers at any time on account of inefficiency of a minister. House (Loksabha) can expel prime minister on account of bad decisions with simple majority of the full strength of the house. Any elected member of the house can contest elections for the office of prime minister on resignation/removal of a prime minister. Ministers shall be responsible for enforcing policy decisions and day to day working of their respective ministries. Every minister shall have right to seek advise from respective advisers. However, responsibility of decision taken shall be that of the minister. Ministers shall be individually responsible for delay in enforcing respective decisions both taken by the minister and cabinet/prime minister. Advisers shall have responsibility to bring our all aspects of every subject referred to them, analyse it thoroughly, get feed back where necessary and provide the best possible solution. Advisers must use their full knowledge and capability to find the most appropriate solution. Adviser shall be liable for punishment for wrong advice. Adviser can be expelled by the prime minister based on opinion of the cabinet.
The government should not bear all the responsibilities. Government shall encourage public to bear responsibilities. Government shall act like a controlling body rather than executive body. This means the government should concentrate on policy, procedure, check and give free hand to public to execute plans within the limits specified in policy and procedure and carry out checks to ensure these are followed meticulously and correctly. As an example take a case of education. Once it is decided that certain education is needed for certain purpose, private sector be asked to undertake the job. The government shall not indulge in fixing limits for fees or administration of educational institutions. The government shall carry out checks to ensure proper syllabus is followed, quality of education is above laid down standard, certain percentage of students sponsored by the government are admitted without any fee or charges leaving all other aspects to the institute. The institute shall be closed if its working does not pass the laid down criteria.

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