Make human angle part of welfare schemes, officials told
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu advised the ministers and the heads of departments to add human angle in implementation of various welfare programmes
Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu advised the ministers and the heads of departments to add human angle in implementation of various welfare programmes.
Asking them to visit villages as part of Grama Darsini programme to interact directly with beneficiaries, he stressed the need for human angle to increase satisfaction level of people. He took part in a meeting with the higher officials at the Secretariat here on Thursday.
Citing an example of reaction of a woman beneficiary of Chandranna Bima scheme in a recent Grama Darsini programme, he said that the narration by her on how she and her two kids were deserted by her family members when she lost her husband and how she regained confidence with sanction of Chandranna Bima , moved the entire gathering at the meeting.
He said consoling the family members of victims and hand-holding is necessary. Delivery mechanism should be foolproof and the benefits of welfare schemes should reach to all the needy.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to develop village tourism packages. The village tourism helps to increase rural economy and attracts more number of tourists. Village tourism makes life more fun and attractive as one can get more happiness while moving around lush green fields.
The Chief Minister said as complete data is available online, the Heads of Departments should visit the villages and streamline the delivery mechanism to increase the satisfaction levels of people. Minister for Finance Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said festival occasions should be used to bring people together to increase communal harmony.
Awareness programmes should be conducted to create awareness among common people on the welfare programmes being implemented by the state government. The Chief Minister said special focus should be laid on flagship programmes including Chandranna Bima , Chandranna Pellikanuka, Anna canteens, Skill development and several other programmes. Later, the Chief Minister released Mother’s kit to be distributed by the women and child welfare department to new mothers in government hospitals.