Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday assured the people of the state that they will soon be using technology to a greater extent and administration-related forms and works will be available online.
“Very soon all things in the state will be 100 per cent online. We are using technology to a greater extent. We will develop Amaravati such that the centre which is not cooperating, will repent later,” Naidu said while addressing his party legal cell meeting at grievance hall near his residence here.
Talking about the Polavaram Project, the chief minister said the same is the state’s lifeline and it would be completed irrespective of Centre’s aid.
“Will complete it whether Centre cooperates or not. However, central aid is our right. We will strive for getting it. Change cannot be brought overnight. But we will definitely change,” Naidu added.
Continuing his tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Naidu said, “Modi assured to bring black money, distribute Rs. 15 lakhs to all. But the same person gave chance to G. Janardhana Reddy in Karnataka elections”.
Planning over the new schemes introduced in the state, Naidu pointed that “We are now planning in doing civic services, as we already achieved ease of doing business. Also, pension, ration, insurance, scholarships and many more schemes will be introduced corruption free in the state.” (ANI)