13-06-201913-06-2019 12:05:37 IST
Updated On 13-06-2019 12:10:26 ISTUpdated On 13-06-20192019-06-13T06:35:37.673Z13-06-2019 2019-06-13T06:35:34.487Z - 2019-06-13T06:40:26.362Z - 13-06-2019
Looks like the new Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jaganmohan Reddy has decided to waste no time to make decisions that he promised during the campaign. During his 'Praja Sankalpa Yatra' campaigns, one thing that he used to constantly stress on was on how he would bring back the days of his late father and former Chief Minister YS Rajashekhar Reddy. 'Rajanna Rajyam' was a constant term used during his public meetings.
Following on his words and footsteps of his father, Jaganmohan Reddy has set up a 'Praja Darbar' in his camp office. The purpose of this darbar is to directly interact with the people and understand their grievances to solve them. During his tenure, YS Rajashekhar Reddy used to meet people and take note of their grievances. People used to flock the place and hand over their complaints and issues which were to be solved.
In a similar fashion, Jagan has also directed the CMO officials to arrange for a similar setup where he can directly interact with thge people on a daily basis and solve their issues on the spot. Apparently, Jagan has directed the officials and relevant department to be on their toes so that the response and resolution time on people's issues can be cut down ass much as possible.
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