Launched to hear out and address the public’s complaints, the “Hello Sarkar” is soon coming to all the local levels. But while that will take a few months from planning to its materialization, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has relaunched the program as it begins a 24-hour operation on September 03, Monday.
The government believes Hello Sarkar running 24 hours for the public will be key to making it more effective and helping realize the goal of establishing the service in the first place. So far, the public service had been running from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Gorkhapatra writes that Artificial Intelligence could be integrated into Hello Sarkar to enhance the service.
Hello Sarkar was founded during the tenure of former PM Baburam Bhattarai on November 3, 2011. While it has remained operational at the federal level, soon, as the PM shared, will be available to the people in their own local areas (municipalities and rural municipalities).
Hello Sarkar in local level governments for 24 hours is a delightful democratic process
Hello Sarkar will soon be coming to all the local bodies with 24-hour service which will ensure the government’s commitment to reaching out to people and sorting out many issues witnessed by the common public, a core hallmark of democracy and good governance.
“Hello Sarkar has been made more effective and will be extended to the local level in the coming days,” Prachanda said.
The Facebook page of the program launched by the government to listen to the people’s complaints has remained inactive for a long. Additionally, its Twitter handle and web portal have not been as effective as should be. Under these circumstances, the PM said Hello Sarkar will be accessible at local levels for easier access for the people to their governments.
At Hello Sarkar, the public mostly registers their complaints regarding the Nepal Police, transport, Tribhuvan University, land management (Malpot) services, etc.
Hello Sarkar Nepal contact number?
You can contact Hello Sarkar via its social media handles or by phone call. However, it is susceptible if it will be that effective as it seems they are not operational actively in recent times. Anyway, you can communicate your issues to the popular and debated government platform via its Facebook or Twitter handles.
Most primarily, you can contact Hello Sarkar at its toll-free number 1111, and register your problems. In addition, you can also send text messages to 1111. Another way to contact Hello Sarkar is via its office number +97714211087, and Viber (9851145045). You can also mail your complaints to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can register your problems, issues, or any irregularities 24 hours a day.
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