Amaravati: The Andhra Pradesh authorities will quickly launch a brand new programme known as “Jagananna ku chebutaam” (We are going to inform brother Jagan) to let folks report their grievances to the Chief Minister’s Workplace straight by way of a devoted telephone line.
Although the federal government initially deliberate to launch it on November 2, sources within the CMO stated it has been postpone as the required infrastructure was not but prepared.
“Jagananna ku Chebutaam” is a brand new model of the earlier Chandrababu Naidu authorities’s CM Join programme, with a devoted telephone line 1100.
“The format is identical, solely the phone quantity will change now,” the CMO sources stated.
Additionally it is seen as a counter to the general public outreach programme ‘Jana Vaani’ being undertaken by the Jana Sena Occasion.
“Jagananna ku Chebutaam,” in response to sources within the CMO, has been modeled on ‘Didi ko Bolo’ being carried out in West Bengal.
After he grew to become Chief Minister in Could 2019, Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy launched a programme known as ‘Spandana’ the place folks may register their grievances in all authorities workplaces each Monday. Particular timelines have been set for redressal of grievances and the federal government claims 90 per cent of the problems raised have been resolved.
Alternatively, folks may additionally report their grievances by way of an electronic mail on Spandana portal.
Moreover, a helpline quantity 1902 can also be in place for a similar function.
Apparently, ever since he assumed energy, Reddy needed to launch “Praja Durbar,” a day by day occasion the place he was supposed to satisfy widespread folks personally and obtain representations.
Praja Durbar was a well-liked occasion throughout Y S Rajasekhara Reddy’s tenure as Chief Minister of the then united AP between 2004 and 2009 however Jagan Mohan Reddy couldn’t emulate his late father.
Now, with elections approaching, the Jagan Mohan Reddy regime has provide you with “Jagananna ku Chebutaam” however the launch date has been postpone.
Additionally it is seen as an try and deflect the antagonistic response from the general public to the continued door-to-door marketing campaign by the YSR Congress Legislators and leaders.
A senior IAS officer within the CMO can be answerable for “Jagananna ku Chebutaam” and follow-up on the grievances, the sources added.