Balochistan-Establishes-E-Complaint-Cell-To-Address-Public-Issues

The e-complaint cell established in the Chief Minister’s Secretariat was officially opened by the Chief Minister of Balochistan.

 

Balochistan-Establishes-E-Complaint-Cell-To-Address-Public-Issues

The e-complaint cell established in the Chief Minister’s Secretariat was officially opened by the Chief Minister of Balochistan. The health, education, municipal, and home departments were the original members of the e-complaint cell.

Additionally, according to reports, the cell will eventually include more provincial ministries and mobile applications. The relevant departments’ systems would be updated with any public complaints received by the CM’s e-complaint cell so that swift action could be taken.

According to CM, The Chief Minister’s office is a public office, and it is our goal to respond to public complaints and concerns as soon as possible. The minister added that the establishment of the complaint cell was done with the intention of responding quickly to public concerns and solving them right away.

Additionally, the Chief Minister’s Secretariat will manually update this cell with any complaints it receives. He has advised the general public to use the e-complaint cell to submit their grievances so that they can be handled as soon as possible.

Farah Azeem Shah, a spokesperson for the provincial government claimed that the government was putting forth all of its effort to address the needs of the populace and offer them the best facilities.

She went on to say that the creation of an e-complaint cell within the chief minister’s secretariat would prove to be a significant advancement in this area.

One of the top priorities was the redress of public grievances. Despite its limited funding, the spokesperson noted that the government would continue to provide for the needs of the people, guaranteeing the availability of all essential services.

Farah argued that in order to serve the people, we must carry out our duties effectively. She also said that the government was working to establish top-notch infrastructure, law and order, and health, education, and healthcare facilities.