Five deekshas to be held for 5 days
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu called upon officials, ministers and legislators to make Navanirmana Deeksha to be held on June 2 and Mahasankalpa Deeksha on June 8, a success.
Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu called upon officials, ministers and legislators to make Navanirmana Deeksha to be held on June 2 and Mahasankalpa Deeksha on June 8, a success.
Participating in teleconference with ministers, collectors, officials and public representatives from his residence at Undavalli here on Wednesday, he said that the five deekshas would be conducted for five days from June 3 to June 7. He asked the leaders to recall unscientific state bifurcation and take oath to rededicate to progress of the state.
- AP CM says the week-long programme is an opportunity to explain the developmental works to people
- Instructs party men to attend district-wise and constituency-wise meetings without fail
Stating that the party men should discuss the development and progress of the state in 2014 and now, Naidu instructed them to participate in district-wise and constituency-wise meetings without fail.
“It is an opportunity to explain the developmental works taken up by the government in the last three years. The dreams of supplying power to all houses and cooking gas has become reality,” he said and added the government would set another new target for next year.
He reiterated that the final aim of government was to make AP best state in the country
by 2029. He asked officials all departments assume responsibility to work towards achieve the goal.
The government planned five different deekshas for each day. Review on the implementation of AP Reorganisation Act on June 3; Agriculture, water resources, interlinking of rivers, loan waiver and sustainable development on June 4; welfare on June 5; human resources development, health, education, investments and employment on June 6; and good governance, people first and family growth on June 7.
Naidu also instructed the officials fill the vacant doctors posts immediately. He said the government provided ambulances for every 50 kilometres on national highways but the lives of victims could not be saved with lack of doctors.
He expressed satisfaction over the public satisfaction on Neeru – Pragathi programme. Ministers Ch Ayyanapatrudu, P Pulla Rao, Kalva Srinivasulu, advisor Parakala Prabhakar and officials were also present.