TDP MPs’ work under lens
First time after the last general elections, the TDP leadership shifted its focus to review the performance of its MPs constituencies-wise in a bid to strengthen the party base and analyse the government schemes implementation at grass-root level with their involvement.
Amaravati: First time after the last general elections, the TDP leadership shifted its focus to review the performance of its MPs constituencies-wise in a bid to strengthen the party base and analyse the government schemes implementation at grass-root level with their involvement.Thus the performance of MPs is under scanner and at the same time, the party leadership is also preparing the MPs for the next elections scheduled to be held in 2019. Tickets will be allotted to candidates based on their winning chances.
- Party intends to review implementation of govt schemes Parliamentary-constituency wise
- Also to prepare the MPs for the next general elections
- Ministers made in-charges of LS constituencies to review performance
It may be noted that already the TDP leadership made several changes including reshuffling of ministers, and some legislators were also warned by highlighting their performance. Now it has shifted its focus towards collecting data Parliamentary constituency wise by involving ministers. There have been reports that the party leadership is not satisfied with the performance of some MPs. The TDP has appointed all the Cabinet ministers and two Union ministers P Ashok Gajapathi Raju and Y Sujana Chowdary as Parliamentary constituency in-charges. Both have taken responsibility for Anakapalli and Kurnool constituencies.
The in-charges will submit reports to state party leadership by collecting data after securing feedback for three days from Sunday. The ministers have already started the exercise in their allotted constituencies. The reports and collected data would be discussed in the party coordination committee meeting scheduled to be held on May 2.Already the TDP leadership has given responsibility to the ministers by directing them to submit report on government schemes implementation.
The government believes the issues like ration cards, pensions, CC roads formation, toilets and implementation of a housing scheme play an important role in the elections.A TDP senior leader said that implementation of schemes at village-level, common people’s issues and participation of MPs in government programmes form the main agenda in the process of collection of data by in-charges.He also said that the MPs could also be fixed and Central level issues could be highlighted from this effort.He said that party believes the Parliamentary constituency wise review would improve coordination between ministers and MPs.