Take schemes to beneficiaries’ doorstep: Chief Secretary

Take schemes to beneficiaries’ doorstep: Chief Secretary
Highlights

State Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar has expressed his displeasure over the implementation of government welfare schemes in Chief Minister’s home turf Chittoor district. The Chief Secretary conducted a three hours long review meeting with District Collector PS Pradyumna and Joint Collectors Grisha and Chandramouli here on Sunday.

Tirupati: State Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar has expressed his displeasure over the implementation of government welfare schemes in Chief Minister’s home turf Chittoor district. The Chief Secretary conducted a three hours long review meeting with District Collector PS Pradyumna and Joint Collectors Grisha and Chandramouli here on Sunday.

Highlights:

  • Dinesh Kumar expresses displeasure over the implementation of welfare schemes in Chief Minister’s constituency
  • Asks officials to submit detailed project report by September-end on the construction of science museum in 100 acres at Tirupati

Dinesh Kumar instructed the district officials to implement the schemes with dedication, which were meant for upgrading their lives. He also asked the officials to take the government schemes to the doorsteps of beneficiaries.

He asked the DWAMA officials to increase the NREGA enrolment in the district. Compared to other districts in the State, the enrolment was poor in Chittoor, he pointed out.

Dinesh Kumar also advised the officials to dig farm ponds and build check dams in large scale at villages in the district and instructed them to plan for 40,000 acres of horticulture farming in next season.

He directed the officials to take steps for construction of cement roads in a stretch of 1,000 km in the villages. He also called upon the officials to campaign the success stories of farmers who were succeeded in digging farm ponds and check dams to overcome the adverse conditions in cultivation. The campaign would create interest among other farmers over the implementation of such good practices, said Dinesh Kumar.

Responding to construction of science museum in 100 acres at Tirupati, the Chief Secretary asked officials to submit detailed project report by September-end.

District Collector PS Pradyumna explained the progress of development works of various departments.He said that Chittoor-Bengaluru National Highway land acquisition was completed and works would begin soon. On this issue, Dinesh Kumar instructed the Director, National Highway projects to start the works immediately.

He also instructed the district officials to make all necessary arrangements for smooth conduct of State-level I-Day celebrations to be held on August 15 at Tirupati. In the meeting, all the district officials were present.

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