AP should be role model in administrative reforms:CM
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said that Andhra Pradesh should be role model in administrative reforms for rest of the world He said Officials should concentrate on creation of wealth to improve living standards of people He said AP should be Number one in administrative skills
Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said that Andhra Pradesh should be role model in administrative reforms for rest of the world. He said Officials should concentrate on creation of wealth to improve living standards of people. He said AP should be Number one in administrative skills.
Delivering key note address in 18th and first paperless collectors’ conference at Praja Vedika here today, the Chief Minister mooted establishing quality of life with quality of drinking water and quality of air. He said solar system should be developed to ensure quality of air. He said 15 lakh solar pumpsets would be set up in the state to provide free power to farmers. He said there would be no expenditure for state govt as the private agencies would set up the pump sets and look after maintenance. The surplus power would be supplied to grids. The revenue generated through power supply would be paid to the agencies as instalments. The farmers also can use the power for vehicles by setting up charging stations.
The Chief Minister advised the officials on introducing electrical vehicles in the state to prevent pollution and to maintain quality of air. He said all the govt services should be available online to establish ease of living.
The Chief Minister asked the district collectors adopt VIADUCT system which indicates Vision, Innovation, Accountability, digitalisation, Uberisation, convergence and Technology. Stating that Amaravati land pooling, Zero budget natural farming, Pattiseema are biggest innovations, the Chief Minister said officials should always think of introducing innovative measures in administration to increase satisfaction levels of people.
Earlier the Chief Minister explained on the measures he initiated for development of knowledge economy and information technology in Hyderabad. He said as a public representative he has to balance both political governance and administration in the state.
The Chief Minister asked the district collectors to work with conviction to increase satisfaction of people on govt schemes. Stating that execution is a biggest challenge, the Chief Minister said district collectors should firm on execution of schemes for overall development of the districts. He said economy would be sustained with the existence of industry and service sector. He said officials should make efforts to increase per capita income of people to improve living standards.
The Chief Minister said officials should concentrate on development of agriculture, industry and service sector to achieve sustainable economy.