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Jaganmohan calls for transparent, corruption-free governance

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy said further that his government's service motto should be absorbed in the hierarchy

Amaravati: Asking collectors to go for a surprise night halts to know the ground reality, Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has said that transparency and zero tolerance towards corruption are the watchwords. He told the bureaucrats that their service motto should be absorbed in the hierarchy, which should percolate down the line to the masses.

Addressing his maiden Collectors Conference here today, the chief minister said that the Party manifesto should be displayed prominently in all offices and the contents should be imbibed in the system from the top level to the Mandal and level.

Jaganmohan Reddy asked the bureaucrats to receive people with a smile and help in transforming into a model State besides infusing confidence among the people that this government is here to deliver.

The chief minister also told the Collectors that a new order has to set in where corruption will not be spared at any level and stern action should be taken against all illegal activities including sand mafia, a loot of public money and and the public has to get a feel of the winds of change.

You should ensure that the delivery mechanism of all welfare schemes is working in perfect tandem and ensure that all eligible persons get the benefits on a saturation basis and do not see the caste, creed, religion or political affiliations before sanctioning the benefits, Jaganmohan Reddy said.

The marginalised sections, minorities and women should get their due share of welfare schemes as promised. The Navaratnas should reach all eligible households and the administration will be strengthened further with Volunteers for every 50 houses and Village Secretariats for every 2,000 persons, the chief minister added.

In continuation of the mass contact programme, Jaganmohan Reddy said, the Collectors and other officials down the line should reserve Mondays for hearing grievances and there should be a proper acknowledgement to the petitions with a mention of a timeline as to when the issue would be sorted out.

In a word of caution to the stiff-upper-lip bureaucrats, the chief minister said, receive the people with a smile and asked the Collectors to go for a surprise night halts at Public Health Centers, Hostels and other such places to know the ground reality and interact with the locals frequent.

Random checking of petitions from the citizens should be done from the level of the chief minister to district collectors, which shows that the official machinery is on the move and working. There would be zero tolerance towards corruption and any proposal coming from anyone which is outside the legal framework should be turned down, Jaganmohan Reddy concluded.

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