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Village Secretariat system: A step forward in establishing Grama Swarajya

For the first time in the country’s history, the village Secretariat system is being established with all the key government departmental employees in Andhra Pradesh. AP is creating history by decentralising the administration set up a village secretariat with all the department available at one place. The state government has not only provided direct employment opportunities to nearly 1,30,000 people at the same time by filling up the jobs at the village and urban levels. The government is implementing the policy of all the important departments in the village to make it available to the public from October 2. The appointment letters already issued to the selected candidates. The rural areas can witness a radical change in the village administration through the village secretariat establishment. Finally, the brainchild of Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy took a shape, and he is implementing the promised made in the manifesto. The village secretariat system will come into force from Gandhi Jayanti. On May 30th, when taking an oath as chief minister, YS Jagan initiated this innovative administration system. By appointing the volunteers and village secretariat employees, the YS government took a step forward to realising the dreams of Gandhiji’s Grama Swarajya. The state government appointed 1,26,728 employees at a time for this purpose. On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi, the village secretariats will be operational to resolve the people’s problems. The village secretariat and volunteer system began in AP for the first time in the country. The government has appointed one volunteer for every 50 households and a municipal ward. These volunteers will promote the government’s welfare schemes for every family in the state. Chief minister firm on implementing the promises made in the election manifesto, including Navaratnas. He will monitor and review the village secretariat works from the camp office. A total of 11,158 villages secretariats and 3786 ward secretariats will be inaugurated on 2nd October Every village secretariat will have 11 to 12 employees. CM Jaganmohan Reddy has repeatedly assured that the village volunteers will work beyond the caste, religion, the region and the parties and the Government schemes will be provided by the Village Secretariat to all.It is possible that the employees of the same village may have a bias, the village secretariat employees have been appointed in the surrounding villages. Thus, the village Secretariat staff and village volunteers work to reach out to each of the rural welfare schemes without the class differences in the villages. TDP chief Chandrababu, who has not been able to digest the village’s volunteers and give over 1.26,000 jobs, has been criticising the state government. He made ridiculous comments on volunteers and he faced a people’s ire. In the five years of power, without generating new job creation and unemployment allowance, Chandrababu Naidu’s allegations are reflecting the political vendetta and insulting the women and volunteers personality. Chandrababu’s government has failed miserably in employment generation. Within four months of coming to power, Jaganmohan Reddy’s government has created jobs over 1.26 lakh jobs. With this Mr Babu and his party colleagues are unable to digest the success of the new government and accusing with ruthless allegations. If the paper leaks, they will expose it on the day of the written test and even people also have opposing the test. After the results, the pro TDP media houses negative propaganda has not been successful. It takes time for people to get accustomed to any new system in the country. In the same manner, the village secretariat and volunteers system will take some time to give results. If people are blessed, Gandhiji’s Grama Swarajya starts from Andhra Pradesh and it is not surprising that it may lead to implemented across the country.
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