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A month has passed since the formation of the Shinde government. Despite this, the Cabinet has not been expanded yet. However, the current decisions are being taken by the Chief Minister. 42 decisions have been taken in the last 36 days. The secretaries of each department have only quasi-judicial powers. All these powers are vested with the Minister, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers as before. Therefore, it is misleading and completely wrong to say that all the decision-making process has been put in the hands of the Secretary.

Chief Minister Eknath Shinde

Mumbai : Related to two days ago (Secretary of the Department) Department Secretaries were now said to be empowered to take decisions. Minister’s authority to the secretary now? Such a question was raised. However, regarding this (CM Eknath Shinde) has been explained by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. Except in quasi-judicial matters, no ministerial powers have been conferred on the Secretary. All these powers are as before Ministers, Chief Ministers and (Cabinet) are with the cabinet itself. Therefore, it is completely wrong to say that all the decision-making processes have been given in the hands of the Secretary, the Chief Minister has clarified. Therefore, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has clarified that the powers of ministers are different and the powers given to secretaries in quasi-judicial cases are different.

Exactly what powers does the secretary have?

The expansion of the Cabinet is getting delayed and these powers have been given to the Secretary to sort out quasi-judicial matters so that administrative decisions do not stall. These powers are only quasi-judicial i.e. powers to file and hear cases. Hon. These powers have been granted temporarily due to a PIL pending in the High Court. So the decision-making process itself is not in the hands of the secretary.

The authority rests with the Cabinet

A month has passed since the formation of the Shinde government. Despite this, the Cabinet has not yet been expanded. However, the current decisions are being taken by the Chief Minister. 42 decisions have been taken in the last 36 days. The secretaries of each department have only quasi-judicial powers. All these powers are vested with the Minister, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers as before. Therefore, it is misleading and completely wrong to say that all the decision-making process has been placed in the hands of the Secretary. Even when a full Cabinet exists, certain quasi-judicial hearing powers are delegated to the Secretary or other senior officers as needed.

The decision is pre-emptive, as per the implementation situation

The Secretary has certain powers in quasi-judicial matters. It has already been given or the powers of quasi-judicial hearings have already been given to the Secretary or other senior officers. These rights have been given to them due to the current situation. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has explained that even though he has the authority, he will not be able to take any decision without the permission of the Cabinet. These include cooperatives, revenue, rural development or general administration.

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