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  • 24 November, 2021

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Mysuru Declaration for Common Minimum Service Delivery

Provisions of Mysuru Declaration

  • We, the Representatives and Officials recognize the efforts to promote inclusive and accountable Local Self Governments in the delivery of services, in consonance with the priorities and the aspirations of our citizens.

  • We accept responsibility for seizing this moment to strengthen our commitments to promote transparency, empower citizens, and harness the power of new technologies towards timely and quality delivery of services; enhancing citizen service experiences
  • We uphold the value of openness in our engagement with citizens to improve services, incorporating diverse views when designing and delivering services. We embrace principles of transparency and open government with a view towards achieving greater prosperity, well-being, and human dignity for the sustainable development of local communities.

Together, we declare our commitment to:

  • Increase the availability of Citizen Services at the grassroots levels in a timely and efficient manner, commencing with offering of the following basic, statutory, and/ or essential services at the Gram Panchayat level from 1st April 2022.
  • Implement the highest standards of professional integrity and accountability towards timely delivery of Public Services
  • We pledge to lead by example and contribute to advancing Service Delivery at the grassroots level. Our goal is towards timely delivery of Services for empowering citizens, promoting the inclusive and sustainable growth of rural India.
  • We commit to espouse these principles in <state Name>, and work to foster institution-building at the grassroots level that empowers and delivers Services for citizens; Improving Quality of Life through efficient and effective service delivery mechanisms for Panchayat residents, specifically for the welfare of women, children, senior citizens, divyang and other vulnerable and marginalized sections of society.
  • Participants from 16 States signed the Mysuru Declaration and resolved to roll out the Common Minimum Service delivery by Panchayats across the country from April 1, 2022.
  • The declaration is aimed at recognizing Citizen-Centric Services as the “Heart of Governance”.

Source: PIB

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