Such a decision has been in the pipeline for almost two years now, but many high-ranking bureaucrats opposed to such a move earlier. Their main contention is that if they put their asset details in public domains, their privacy would be intruded upon.
But with the government facing a series of scams and NDA-run
Bihar forcing bureaucrats declare assets compulsorily, the Central government does not want to delay the move any further, according to sources.
Already, asset details of about 1000 bureaucrats, mostly IAS and IPS, are kept web-ready, according to a report.
Cameron calls bureaucrats Enemies of Enterprise
British Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to tackle those bureaucrats in government departments who are making “life impossible for small firms.” Cameron’s anti-bureaucracy public comment came at the Conservative Party’s spring conference in
recently. “I can announce that we are taking on the enemies of enterprise. The bureaucrats in government departments who concoct those ridiculous rules and regulations that make life impossible for small firms,” said British Premier. Cardiff