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Ap government’s prestegeous program: YS Jagan

CM reviews arrangements for Jaganannaku Chebudam
Amaravati, April 28:
Stressing the importance of Jaganannaku Chebudam which would be launched from May 9, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy asked the officials to be fully prepared to address the people’s grievances at individual and family level to their best satisfaction.
Holding a high-level review meeting with District Collectors and SPs through video conferencing from the Camp Office here on Friday, the Chief Minister said that the ultimate aim of the Jaganannaku Chebudam which is an improvised version of Spandana is to solve the problems of people within deadlines to their satisfaction. The official machinery should ensure that the complainants are fully satisfied, he observed.
He said that Government considers this as the prestigious one since the programme has been prefixed with his name. The Project Monitoring Units at the Mandal, District, Division and CMO level should keep track of the messages, suggestions, grievances and the feedback received through the helpline 1902, besides conveying the messages of the Chief Minister to the people directly, he said, adding that Jaganannaku Chebudam links the people directly with the CMO.
While the volunteers at village and ward Secretariats should visit the people door to door and explain the importance of helpline number before May 9, assigned senior IAS officers would visit the districts once in fifteen days and monitor the functioning of the Jaganannaku Chebudam along with District Collectors. These reviews would be monitored every fortnight at the CMO, DGP and Chief Secretary level.

Pointing out that the efficiency of the Government depends on the efficiency of the bureaucracy, official machinery should work to bring good name to the Government by efficiently implementing the programme. Along with the monitoring committees, special officers also would be appointed to ensure that the grievances would be efficiently addressed and solved to the best satisfaction of the people by taking follow up measures.
The Chief Minister said that there should be strict monitoring on the functioning of village and ward secretariats, RBKS, Village Clinics besides supervising the construction of Jagananna housing colonies.
He also directed the District Collectors to pay special attention towards Jagananna Housing Colonies which consist of more than 1000 houses as the Government is spending around Rs. 15,810crore on housing alone in the present fiscal. He also directed them to make preparations to distribute house Pattas to 48000 poor people in NTR and Guntur districts in the second week of May. Every Saturday should be treated as Housing Day while officials should also visit the layouts at least twice a month.

Asking the District Collectors to own the Jagananna Saswatha Bhu Hakku Bhu Raksha programme, he told them to expedite the distribution of land documents to the owners in the 2000 villages in the first phase which is nearing completion and begin the work for the second phase survey in 2000 villages from May 25. Under this programme, resurvey of lands would be taken up in 17,464 revenue villages across the State.
Extending the review to Nadu-Nedu in schools, he asked them to complete digitalisation in 15, 715 Government schools before June 12 by fixing the Interactive Flat Panels ending the first phase while the work should be taken up in 16,461and 13,000 schools in the second and third phases respectively. Good quality should be maintained in the construction of remodelling of schools under the Nadu-Nedu.
Jagananna Vidya Kanuka kits should be handed over to the students on June 12 when schools will be reopened, he said, adding that District Collectors should own programmes being implemented for the benefit of students. He also asked the District Collectors and SPs to take stringent action to curb drugs abuse by taking up awareness programmes across the State.
Education Minister B. Satyanarayana, CS Dr K Jawahar Reddy, DGP KV Rajendranath Reddy, Land Administration Chief Commissioner G Sai Prasad, Housing Special CS Ajay Jain, Principal Secretaries MT Krishna Babu (Medical and Health0, Gopalakrishna Dwivedi (Agriculture), Sasi Bhusan Kumar (Irrigation), M. Ravichandra (Women & Child Welfare), Commissioners Girija Shankar (Commercial taxes), Suresh Kumar (School education), K. Bhaskar ( School education infrastructure), H. Arun Kumar (Civil Supplies), Surya Kumari ( PR & RD), j. Nivas ( Health and Family Welfare) , Kanna Babu (Fisheries), IT Secretary K. Sasidhar, AP DDCF MD Ahamad Babu, Agriculture Special Commissioner Hari Kiran, R& B Secretary PS Pradyumna, CERP CEO A. Md. Intiyaz, AP GENCO MD Chakradhar Babu, Housing Corporation MD Lakshmi Shah, DIG Gopinath Jetti and other top officials were present.



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