Collectors asked to have night halt once a week at villages
Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has instructed the district collector to sleep one night in a week at Public health centres, local schools, government hospitals to get aware of the functioning of the hospitals, hostels and schools in the respective districts
Amaravati: Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has instructed the district collector to sleep one night in a week at Public health centres, local schools, government hospitals to get aware of the functioning of the hospitals, hostels and schools in the respective districts. He said education and health are very important for the state Government. He spoke to the district collectors and other officials on the first day of the Collectors conference began at Praja Vedica at Undavalli on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, Jagan asked the district collectors to make a surprise visit to any one village and have a night halt.
He suggested the collectors to speak to the local villagers in the morning and inquire whether Nava Ratnaalu are implemented properly. He said some IAS officers will be appointed in the districts to strengthen the administration as well as to effective delivery of services to the people. The CM said collectors have to get first hand information on the functioning of hostels, hospitals, PHCs and schools. He asked the collectors to take their bed along with them and don't inform to the local officials about his visit to the district for the sleep. "I ask the collectors to sleep one night every week in a village to get aware of the local problems, functioning of hostels, hospitals and finally to know the implementation of Nava Ratnalu to the people. He said collectors are going to the villages after 10 a.m. but it has no use because all villagers go the farm land for the work.
He also asked the officials to create district portal and furnish information about the services rendered to the people by various departments that include the police and judiciary. He asked the collectors to monitor the district portals and ensure quality of services to the people.