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Naidu to seek feedback on mantris via IVRS

Naidu to seek feedback on mantris via IVRS
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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who will be completing one year in office on June 8, has decided to use Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) to get the feedback on the performance of his Ministers during the last one year.

It is considered a prelude to Cabinet reshuffle

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who will be completing one year in office on June 8, has decided to use Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) to get the feedback on the performance of his Ministers during the last one year.


Naidu is likely to get the feedback from over one lakh people through IVRS system. He will not only seek the report card on the performance of the Ministers but will also ask the people to give feedback about the MLA and MPs in their respective constituencies. The questions will include whether the public representatives were available to them or not and whether their performance matched the expectations of the people of in their respective constituencies and if they were responding in time to various problems of the people or not.


According to political circles, this is a double-edged weapon for Naidu as it would help him to get information about the performance of the Ministers and MLAs based on which he can decide whom to drop from the Cabinet and who should be inducted into the Cabinet in the place of those dropped. This will be one of a kind feedback in Andhra Pradesh.

It may be mentioned here that Naidu had used IVRS system to select the party candidates for the elections. Though this may not give complete and comprehensive feedback, it would certainly help him in coming to an understanding about the party performance in those constituencies and the corrective measures he should take.

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