In the wake of big administrative reforms coming into force through reorganization of districts, a plan of action for 8 to 10 years should be formulated to see that fruits of development reach the people, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao directed the collectors. He asked them to prepare a plan “Know your District – Plan your District” with a focus on resources available and works to be taken up.
At a review meeting he emphasized the need for checking perennial problem of corruption in various departments and deliver services in transparent and speedy manner. The people are watching the governance and feeling that they will get hassle free and non corrupt services avoiding delay and bring change in their life style. Keeping this in view we need to show improved performance in our works and implementing the schemes to win their confidence.
A meeting of district Collectors will be called soon, he said. Formation of new districts reduced the work burden significantly and big reforms will sure prove handy to implement the schemes he said adding that each collector can closely monitor about 2 lakhs to 4 lakhs of families under his purview. Collectors and other officials can monitor easily the schemes with smaller administrative units through delimitation he noted. Senior IAS officials should guide and help the new Collectors who have to coordinate the implementation of the schemes. He directed the collectors to ensure that the common people get better education and health facilities and farmers get minimum support price to farm produce and timely supply of quality seeds and fertilizers.
“The government is for welfare of the people and the officials should discharge their duties by avoiding irregularities, corruption and delay in delivery of the schemes. A plan of action is to made on the lines of TSiPASS with an innovative approach and offer better governance. Our aim is to see that financial position of people should improve and programs should be formed based on families through active participation and monitoring of officials. The schemes will not give positive results if there is no proper plan with determination. A meeting of the Collectors will be conducted to discuss on schemes, plans, expectations of people and policies to be implemented”, the Chief Minister said.
Chief Secretary Rajiv Sharma, senior officials BP Acharya, Narsingh Rao, Shanta Kumari, Smitha Sabarwal, Priyanka Varghis, Rahul Bojja, Karuna, Raghunandan, Satyanaryana Reddy and Bhupal Reddy (NSS)