Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh launched the ‘CM Da Haisi’ web portal at the chief minister’s Secretariat on September 19. The web portal will help people to lodge complaints and grievances to the CM.
The public can raise their grievances in the web portal by logging on to www.cmdahaisi.mn.gov.in and the complainants can also check the status of their complaints.
The public grievances redressal and anti-corruption cell will use the portal to liaison with the concerned department to redress the grievances of the public within a stipulated time and also to provide the actionable complaints to the state vigilance and anti-corruption department for further enquiry and investigation.
Delighted to have launched the 'CM Da Haisi' web portal at my office today. It will enable fast redressal of public grievances and provide a platform to raise corruption related issues. This will further enable us to bring transparency and accountability in governance. pic.twitter.com/LFTPAjwupB
— N.Biren Singh (@NBirenSingh) September 19, 2022
N Biren Singh stated that gaining public trust and confidence is very important to run a government and to take up various development works.
As such, all the government officials should perform their duties dedicatedly and with transparency, as transparency follows development, he added.
Mentioning that corruption is the main concern which hinders the development of the state, he continued that the web portal had been launched with the objective to root out corruption from public offices and enhance public service delivery in Manipur.
Expressing satisfaction on certain feedback given by the public regarding effective redressal of their grievances through CM Da Haisi platform, the chief minister stated that CM Da Haisi had become an effective platform for rooting out corruption from Manipur.
Giving credit to all bureaucrats of Manipur for the development achieved and bringing a good image of the state, N Biren Singh expressed words of motivation to take up joint efforts for ending corruption totally from the state.
The anti-corruption cell in the office of the chief minister was re-constituted as a public grievance redressal and anti-corruption cell on March 23 in 2022 and a secretary rank officer was appointed as in-charge of the cell.
So far, a total of 134 complaints have been received by the public grievance redressal and anti-corruption cell. Out of which 85 percent of the complaints have been resolved and communicated to the complainants.