Law and order situation under control: Governor
Narasimhan pats officials on implementation of Aadhaar Rajahmundry/Razole: Andhra Pradesh Governor ESL...
Narasimhan pats officials on implementation of Aadhaar Rajahmundry/Razole: Andhra Pradesh Governor ESL Narasimhan on Saturday said that the law and order situation in the State was under control. However, he refused to speak on politics and the Polavaram project. The Governor, who arrived here on a two-day visit to East Godavari district on Saturday, was received at the Rajahmundry main railway station by Joint Collector Babu A, East Godavari district SP Shivshankar Reddy, Rajahmundry RDO M Venogopal Reddy, Rajahmundry urban SP T Ravi Kumar Murthy and Rajahmundry Municipal Commissioner M Jitendra. During his stay at River Bay hotel, the Governor spoke to the Joint Collector about the implementation of Aadhaar in East Godavari district. He lauded the efforts of the district machinery in implementing Aadhaar very strictly. During his conversation with the officials, Narasimhan said Aadhaar was a very good scheme and added that more efforts were needed at the grassroots level to make the scheme a success. He directed the officials to take steps to ensure strict implementation of the scheme for everyone. The Governor also enquired about the law and order situation in Krishna and twin Godavari districts, which comes under Eluru range.A He discussed several issues with Eluru range DIG, East Godavari SP Shivshankar Reddy and Rajahmundry urban district SP T Ravi Kumar Murthy. He enquired about the law and order situation and on the relations between the public and the police. Narasimhan, who went on a boat trip on the Godavari River for 20 minutes along with his family members, said East Godavari district was home to peace-loving people and consists of abundant natural resources and beauty and this was his first visit to the district. He mentioned that the beauty of Konaseema was well-known in the country. Later, the Governor and his family members left for Dindi Resorts of Yavakipuram mandal in Konaseema, where they were accorded a warm welcome by Collector Neetu Kumari Prasad, Superintendent of Police Ravishanker Reddy, RDO Sampath Kumar and officials of the Tourism Department. A Later, the Governor and his family members took a ride on Kinnerasani boat on the Godavari.