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dated April 9, 1955: Public services: Pant's call

Pandit G. B. Pant, Union Home Minister, told the Lok Sabha on April 7, "All will be well and our progress will be speedy if public servants, be they executive officers or Judges of the Supreme Court or the High Courts, place before themselves those directive principles, which man, in the pursuit of social justice, has succeeded in discovering. I look forward to that spirit permeating all our services." Pandit Pant, who was replying to the debate on the demands for grants for the Home Ministry, said: "We have to work for an egalitarian society. The public services are our colleagues and I count on their spirit of comradeship. We move together and we go together." The House passed the demands totalling over Rs.15 crores and rejected all the cut motions. The Home Minister said that it was time the entire question of public services was considered on a non-party basis.

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