SUBHASH CHANDRA AGRAWAL
(Guinness Record Holder & RTI Activist)
It refers to an admirable ‘Dil ki baat’ speech of Prime Minister Narender Modi at ninth Civil Services Day at Vigyan Bhawan (New Delhi) on 21.04.2015 where he made sincere efforts in advising bureaucrats to enjoy their personal lives with family as well without being robotic with their bureaucratic responsibilities, also giving moments of laughter when he noted that taut-looking bureaucrats were listening to him like a duty. Such words coming from the head of the government at centre do motivate bureaucrats practically work even more efficiently with a relatively tension-free mind.
A system should be formulated whereby country’s Prime Minister may also be delivering before the young trainees of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) at Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration at Mussoorie at some particular day every year also as part of their training in practically interacting with political rulers during their bureaucratic career ahead.