Andhra Pradesh

Naidu presses for good governance, says if people demand will remove liquor shops in residential areas

Naidu presses for good governance, says if people demand will remove liquor shops in residential areas

Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India]: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday asserted that providing good governance is the objective of his government.

While addressing a press conference, Naidu said that his government is using 1100 helpline to take feedback directly from public.

Naidu further said though initiatives have got positive feedback from the masses, he is making all the efforts to fix loopholes in connection with sand and liquor mafia.

” Using 1100 helpline to take feedback directly from public is making the system corruption free. Bringing good governance to doorstep of public is objective. Welfare scheme benefits will be implemented without pilferage. It gave good response during Nandyal city road widening. We had few problems in sand and liquor. Recently we gave guidelines on sand policy. 82 percent public gave positive response,” said Naidu

“We will remove liquor shops in residential areas if people complain against such shops. To leash the Liquor mafia we are removing belt shops. And will take stern action on belt shops. Mafia are finding different ways to sell liquor illegally. We are setting up mobile police parties to combat the menace,” he added.

Naidu also said, in order to attain perfection, his government is emphasizing on rectifying minute problems.

“We are giving full proof delivery mechanism to resolve public problems. I request officials to cooperate to implement schemes. People should be taught discipline and dignity,” he said.

“We developed infrastructure, solved power problems. We are thinking of pensions to transgenders, provide security to orphans and people on streets,” he added.

Naidu also took the occasion to promote digitalisation and said that paper less governance will soon become reality.

“Trying for tech based good governance. Paperless office will soon becoming a reality,” he said. (ANI)