Haryana Governor, Bandaru Dattatreya said that the administrative officers should ensure that the schemes and programs of the government reach every needy person with transparency. Mr. Dattatreya was talking to the Chief Secretary, Haryana, Mr. Vijay Vardhan at Raj Bhavan on Saturday. Chief Secretary Shri Vardhan arrived on Saturday to meet Governor Shri Dattatreya. He presented a bouquet to the Governor Shri Dattatreya and explained the administrative set-up of the state.The Governor Shri Dattatreya said that the administrative officers are responsible for the implementation of the schemes of the government. If all the officers work as team work with departmental coordination among themselves, then it will be a good step for the development of the state and the state will progress. He expressed that the officers should work with efficiency by doing stream lines to all the departments.On this occasion, Chief Secretary Shri Vijay Vardhan assured the Governor that the policies of the government would be fully implemented under his guidance. He told the departments about stream line in detail. He said that the development of the state would be given more momentum by establishing better coordination between the government and the administrative machinery. Apart from this, he also apprised the Governor about the historical background of Haryana. He also gave information about the War Memorial established in Panipat. The Governor Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, Advisor to Industrial Cluster Development, Government of Punjab, Former Special Chief Secretary of Telangana Shri B.P. Also discussed with Acharya about the plans and programs regarding the development of Haryana as well as Telangana. He inquired about the development of industrial cluster in Telangana and the modalities of plans for further development of Cyberbid (Hyderabad). Along with this, he also learned about the possibilities of Genome Valley in Hyderabad and how to promote more employment in Telangana. Mr. B.P. Acharya has successfully served as Chief Secretary in Hyderabad.