Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had called for a review meeting on the flagship Spandana program on Thursday. The meeting was held via video conference and was attended by the collectors and other key dignitaries. During the key meeting, the Chief Minister gave key directives.
Addressing the members during the press meet, CM Jagan said that the inspections became better in the village and ward secretariat and directed that having a look at the registers at the time of the inspection is mandatory to see if the issues that were brought to the notice earlier were addressed or not. If any issues come to mind, then they should be entered in the registers, Jagan said.
Talking about the work of the Secretariat employees, Jagan said, 80 percent of the employees are working good and the rest of the employees should be supported so that they can perform well at their work, he said.
The Chief Minister also issued directives saying that the Citizen OutReach program should be held on the 29th and 30th of October so that the staff members can meet every family in the jurisdiction to know their problems. Saying that he was informed that earlier only volunteers met the families, Jagan said the other staff should also take part in this, Jagan said.
The concerned officials were also directed to keep a special focus on the services of volunteers. They should be counseled to help them in serving better. If they don’t say any progress even after the efforts, the volunteers should be sacked and new volunteers should be appointed. The vacancies in volunteer posts should be fulfilled, Jagan directed the officials.
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