Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday directed government officers to follow an open door policy so that, people are not made to wait for hours owing to official meetings.
The premier met MNAs from Sargodha Division in Islamabad and was briefed about issues faced by citizens.
Speaking to the MNAs, the prime minister Imran Khan said, “It is the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s top agenda to depoliticise bureaucracy and ensure the provision of public services.”
“Attempts by government officials to create difficulties for the public are unacceptable,” he added.
PM Imran directed the MNAs to identify those involved in corruption, bribery and nepotism.
“The appointed representatives should play an active role in ensuring that problems faced by citizens are identified and resolved,” he added.
“Government officers must implement an open door policy for the public and should end the practice of keeping people waiting in the pretext of official meetings,” the prime minister further stressed.
“A comprehensive programme for the assistance of the poor segments of the society will be announced soon. Skill development of the youth and development of agriculture is among the top priorities of the government,” PM Imran said.