Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said no officer would be spared if he or she failed to work.
The Chief Minister today launched the third phase of “Janma Bhoomi–Maa Vooru” (JBMV) program at Bhondapalli village under Srungavarapukota constituency in the district. On the occasion, the villagers complained that there was no proper land records of the village. On this, the Chief Minister directed the district Collector to look into the problems of the villagers.
Naidu also visited stalls set up at the function. Union Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju, State Minister Kimidi Mrinalini and others were present.
The Chief Minister warned that government doctors who go on long leave would be sent permanently to their houses. To register presence in government hospital, thumb impression system would be introduced, he said.
Reiterating that the TDP government would fulfil its elections promises, Chandrababu Naidu said his government has not yet come out from financial problems. He called upon the youth to have good education and explore possibilities of their earnings. (NSS)