Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has given rankings to MLAs based on intelligence survey reports on their performance.
CM ranks MLA’s performance based on the intelligence survey reports.
Vijayawada: Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has given rankings to MLAs based on intelligence survey reports on their performance. However, he counseled the ministers & MLAs to not reveal the rankings to the media, failing which show the cause notice will be issued to the erring leader.
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He told them to improve their performance by next survey, which he would conduct for every three months.
At the third-day closing ceremony of the training classes of TD leaders, the party supremo said it was the need of an hour to settle disputes among the leaders immediately or else he would have to move forward to settle the issues, which might spread like cancer, if not treated, & defame the party. He said interference of family members of leaders would not be entertained in the official affairs.
The CM pointed out the importance of developing the party’s presence in the Prakasam, Nellore, Chittoor, Kadapa & Kurnool.
Mr. Naidu told “People have high expectations from the ruling party. So we have to work hard collectively by coordinating with each other by making the use of technology, or else people would not support them in the future.”
He said that was the reason why he has initiated these training sessions & introduced the Chief Minister’s dashboard to constituency levels to make their work effective & efficient, which lead to good governance.
Mr. Naidu said the three-day training programme took place for the 28 hours, covering nine major issues with 40 presentations. The suggestions & feedback received from the discussions will be applied within three months in a party.
He said the leaders have to educate the people about the government’s initiatives through the Jana Chaitanya Yatra, which will commence soon.
The issue of ranks in sealed covers has created a lot of tension for ministers & MLAs as they are worried about its impact on a speculated Cabinet expansion.