The state proposes to implement Citizen’s Charter for five to six services being offered at Mee Seva centres so that people get the certificates in a time-bound manner without any delay, chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy has said.
Participating in the commemorative event of the 20-Point programme on Monday, the chief minister said officials will be made accountable and fines would be imposed on erring officials if there is any delay in delivering services. Kiran Kumar Reddy launched 17 more services at Mee Seva centres.
AGRICULTURE: Crop subsidy and distribution of subsidised seeds
MINES AND GEOLOGY: Reconnaissance permit, prospecting licence, mining licence, granite quarry lease, marble quarry lease, other quarry lease and mineral dealer licence.
LABOUR: Registration of establishments, shops (form-1), renewal of establishments (form-III), issuance of duplicate certificate for registered establishments shop and notice of change.
EDUCATION: Age certificate, duplicate marks memo, recounting of marks and migration certificate etc.
The programme which was launched initially with 10 services is now providing 150 services, he said.
The chief minister said on an average 1.80 lakh transactions take place every day at these centres. Efforts are being made to identify field-level problems and steps will be taken to overcome them, he added.
The chief minister said for the second time in a row, the state stood first as the most investment-friendly state in India.
The state stood first for incentives provided to industries and proactive policies of the state government, he said. Andhra Pradesh emerged on top of 29 states in a survey conducted by three institutions, he said.
The state has been in the forefront in the implementation of the 20-point programme and in providing faster services to the public through Mee Seva programme. The state has stood first in the implementation of the 20-point programme continuously for the last three years.
AICC general secretary and incharge of AP affairs Digvijay Singh said that schemes and policies launched by former chief minister late YS Rajasekhara Reddy are being still being continued.