Governance gains speed after poll lull

 The State is witnessing an administrative overdrive now-a-days as the Chief Minister and Ministers, who were busy with the local elections, started conducting a series of meetings with top officials

Published: 17th September 2017 11:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2017 11:56 AM   |  A+A-

Telugu Desam to fill vacant party posts

By Express News Service

VIJAYAWADA: The State is witnessing an administrative overdrive now-a-days as the Chief Minister and Ministers, who were busy with the local elections, started conducting a series of meetings with top officials at the Secretariat. The coming week is going to be crucial as decisions regarding government policies on various issues are likely to be taken.

The collectors’ meet is going to be held on September 20 and 21 at A1 Convention Centre at Vijayawada and a meet for police officials is on September 21.As three years of the government has been completed and the fourth year is going to end in a few months, only one year is left for the TDP to deliver its poll promises. 

Hence, the TDP government and officials are now concerned about taking the government schemes to the people’s doorstep. Special Secretary Dr Manmohan Singh stated that issues such as double digit progress, implementation of welfare schemes, water projects, 9,10 schedule issues, creating convenient atmosphere for investments in the State, IT and IoT companies, industries, agriculture development, fibregrids and cable for every house would be discussed in the collectors’ meeting. The officials are gearing up for many programmes that are planning to be completed this year including eradication of corruption, real-time administration and introduction of biometric system in all departments.

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