Implementation of Welfare Programmes-Ananthapuram
More welfare programmes for women are being introduced in Andhra Pradesh than in any other state in the union. N. Chandrababu Naidu met with women from self-help organisations in the state. The gathering was hosted as part of the "Pasupu-Kumkuma" scheme's fourth tranche of payments.The chief minister of the state, N. Chandrababu Naidu, is attempting to create a brand for the residents of Andhra Pradesh. Following the implementation of 21 social programs, such now seems to be the case. To assist rural towns in advancing their socioeconomic situation, he initiated a flurry of programs and projects.Visit our site for TDP Achievements and Developments .
He also emphasized the progress made in the infrastructure while he was in charge. With 25000 KM of CC roads, we have constructed infrastructure in rural areas. To defend women's dignity, we constructed toilets in every home. We are constructing 25 lakh homes for the underprivileged. In all villages, we installed LED lighting, a drainage system, gas for every home, and clean drinking water. Despite the problems with the bifurcation, we are not reluctant to invest money in facilities."
N.Chandrababu Naidu emphasized the need of using technology properly, claiming that tying Aadhar numbers to recipients of government programs will decrease misuse and theft. N. Chandrababu Naidu announced the formation of the Swacha Andhra Pradesh Corporation and advised that sanitation and hygiene be given first priority, with individual latrines being prioritized and constructed on schedule. Instead of merely upholding the Constitution, officers should strive to improve the lives of those they serve. Additionally, it was encouraged to be transparent in how Dalit, ST, SC, and minority group welfare and development programs were carried out.For more information follow Latest TDP News.
To accomplish social empowerment and poverty reduction, N. Chandrababu Naidu instructed the government ministries to coordinate their efforts. He also declared that all personnel who have worked for three years in Agency areas will receive postings in locations of their choosing.
Other choices made by the Chief Minister at the meeting included boosting tourism development and working to give each town in the State a distinct identity. Artisans would be given unique skill training, access to special colonies, and marketing facilities.