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Centre is not cooperating AP: KE Krishna Murthy

Centre is not cooperating AP: KE Krishna Murthy
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State government reacted violently against the central government over non cooperation in implementing AP Reorganization Act and other promises...

Amaravati: State government reacted violently against the central government over non cooperation in implementing AP Reorganization Act and other promises. Speaking at the Collectors Conference here at Undavalli in Guntur on Thursday, Deputy Chief Minister and Revenue Minister KE Krishna Murthy said that the central government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was creating hurdles in development of the state.

He further blamed the Leader of Opposition and YSRCP President YS Jaganmohan Reddy that he did not attend the Assembly and did not fight for the problems of the public in the House.
Despite of all these political hurdles, the Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu has been striving for the development of the state.

Meanwhile, Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said that despite many hurdles, the state performance was very good when compared with the other states.At the same time, he said that even though there was good and sustained growth in overall economy, there was a need to focus on certain sub sectors which were lagging behind when compared with national and international bench marks.

He said that there was a need to focus on new technologies in adopting them in governance and the Conference will discuss on it.Before that, Chief Secretary Anil Chandra Puneta stressed the Collectors to focus on Vision 2019-24 as directed by the Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, while commencing the two-days Districts Collectors Conference.

He further asked the officials to ensure hundred percent Open Defecation Free state. He said that the construction of internal CC Roads at all the rural habitations should be completed by as per the targets. Explaining the importance of Zero Budget Natural Farming, the CS said that all the agriculture land must be converted into ZBNF by the end of 2024.

Revealing the statistics on literacy rates in the state, Anil Chandra asked Collectors and other officials to ensure hundred percent literacy rates. He directed to reduce the school drop outs in the state.

Deputy Chief Minister and Revenue Minister KE Krishna Murthy said that the Chief Minister quickly reacted to the severe cyclone Titli impact and provided required assistance to the cyclone affected people in the north coastal district, Srikakulam.
In this conference, Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu will focus on the welfare and development schemes.

Chandrababu Naidu is going to review the progress achieved from last four and half years TDP rule in the state.Chief Minister will guide the officials on the strategies to maintain sustainable double digit growth in the economy. The state has been showing consistency in achieving double digit growth from last four years. The Chief Minister will further guide the officials to stabilize this for next ten years, in this meeting, the sources informed.

Apart from economic growth and industrial sector development, Chandrababu Naidu will focus on prioritized sectors during the two-day collectors conference.Then there will be discussion on ration, NTR pensions, Chandranna Bhima, Chandranna Pelli Kanuka, Mukyamantri Yuvanestam, Anna Canteens, Housing, free electricity, Janmabhoomi, Health, food and other issues will be discussed.

While discussing on these public welfare schemes, the Real Time Governance CEO Babu A will present the statistics related to public satisfaction on implementation of these schemes.After the lunch break, there will be discussion on each sector on Mission wise. The present status of each sector and targets need to be achieved, will be discussed in this session.

During the first session of second day, that is on Friday, there will be discussion on Law and Order. On the wake disturbances in agency areas, the Chief Minister took Law and Order very seriously and he will guide the police department on future course of action. After that, there will be discussion on Gramadarsini, education, IT, Fintech, tourism, finance, infrastructure, health, mines and other departments.

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