ZP chief writes open letter to political parties
Prakasam ZP Chairman Edara Haribabu wrote an open letter to Prakasam district public and political parties in the state and requested feedback on the proposals he made in it.
Ongole: Prakasam ZP Chairman Edara Haribabu wrote an open letter to Prakasam district public and political parties in the state and requested feedback on the proposals he made in it.
Haribabu said that his experience as a sarpanch, vice-MPP, MLA and ZP chairman helped him understand that the corruption in politics led to vote-for-note system.
He said that as the ZP chairman, he tried to implement reforms in the education system and local bodies. He claimed that there are silent voters and supporters of his ideology for a transparent election system and change mongers. He asked the political parties to discuss the reforms proposed by him and convince him about their acceptance to them for receiving support from him and others like him.
He proposed that the power and politics should be decentralised in a way there should be no involvement of one into other's area or duty. He proposed that flexible education for all ages should be the motto of the government education system. He said that hours of instruction should be reduced in the schools and college but learning by doing should be increased.
He said that the courses should be short term and vocational so that they would not financially burden to the students but provide livelihood immediately after completion. He said that India is spending about Rs 9 lakh crore on crude oil imports and proposed to encourage alternate energy system and a common transport system to the public. He appreciated the health schemes being implemented by the government but proposed that it should prevent diseases than curing it later.
He said that to implement these reforms framed after a series of discussions with various sections of people requires transparent and honest government and it should be formed by the similar ideological party. He asked the public to let him know who they believe to introduce those reforms by calling on his mobile number 9248110111 so that he supports that party or continue his fight single-handedly.