Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has called upon the citizens of the state to review his welfare schemes. As the YSRC government completed one year in office today, the government announced that it was seeking feedback from the citizens to know the ground impact of various schemes launched by the government.
A government order issued reads, “Commemorating one year in office on May 30, the government decided to hold week-long brainstorming sessions, both at the state-level and district- level.”
Starting from May 25, the week-long sessions will continue till May 30. Welfare schemes introduced in different sectors like education, health, agriculture and others will be discussed with the beneficiaries, experts from each sector and eminent personalities working for the welfare of the sectors.
Thee-hour sessions will be held for this purpose and not more than 50 people can take part in them. The beneficiaries attending the interaction will be shown a PPT on the achievements of the party in the last one year and the action plan chalked out for the next four years. The beneficiaries can then share their suggestions and feedback.
At the state-level interactions, the CM will interact with all the stakeholders with a one point agenda to garner honest feedback from the grassroot-level people on whether the schemes had desired impact on the lives of citizens, said the government.
The GO stated that people attending the interaction should follow social distancing norms and the government would arrange seating arrangement accordingly.