AP CM Chandrababu Naidu said he had strived to put the state administration on the tracks during the first 60 days of his third innings of rule in Andhra Pradesh.
He said he had given priority for welfare schemes for farmers, widows, aged and women. The seven missions he had conceived for all round and balanced development of infrastructure including state capital and others would pave dividends shortly.
We have worked with 60 days and 60 commitments and goals and have achieved them all. ‘We are working in a very hostile territory and also environment but have not lost heart and hope that everything will work out smooth and people friendly policies and strategies. Hence forth all pensions and subsidies will be directly credited to the accounts of the beneficiaries and they can access it through ATM cards and get info of credits on their mobiles. Corruption will be eliminated at all fronts and it is the goal of my government to ensure that citizens get a true flavor of the smart governance.’
Dr Parakala Prabhakar the media adviser to CM also released a charter of governance on the occasion of the 60 days of Chandrababu Naidu government in seat and also highlighted the goals and commitments for a cross section of the society.
Parakala said 100 % power self sufficiency has been achieved, nearly 4400 persons of the 6600 involved in agitation have been freed from police cases, loan waiver without RBI, SHGs to be empowered with Rs.1000 crore funding, chain of ports from Kalingpatnam to Krishnapatnam, 11 new airports, 3 mega cities and 16 smart cities and packaged drinking water even in rural areas.