The Jaganannaku Chebudam initiative aims to provide individual and family level solutions for people’s complaints through the help of government officials. The project will be monitored by different units at the Mandal, district, division, and CMO levels. These units will keep track of the suggestions, grievances, feedback, and messages received through helpline number 1902. Additionally, the Chief Minister’s messages will also be conveyed to the people directly. The చిరకాలం చెబుదాం program allows direct communication between people and the CMO.
Jaganannaku Chebudam-1902 is a highly esteemed program that aims to deliver top-notch services to the people. It is scheduled to be launched on May 9 and is an enhanced version of the Spandana grievance redressal mechanism. The program aims to resolve personal complaints with the utmost quality. In the second week of May, arrangements will be made to distribute house site pattas to 48,000 underprivileged individuals in the NTR and Guntur districts. Saturdays will be designated as ‘Housing Day,’ and officials will visit the layouts at least twice a month.
|Name of the scheme||Jaganannaku Chebudam Scheme|
|Launched by||Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy|
|Launched on||May 9|
Objective of Jaganannaku Chebudam Scheme
The main objective of the Jaganannaku Chebudam scheme is to address the grievances of the people at an individual and family level and provide them with the best possible solutions. The scheme aims to improve the quality of services provided to the citizens and ensure their satisfaction. Additionally, the scheme intends to distribute house site pattas to the underprivileged and make regular visits to the layouts to ensure proper implementation. The overall goal is to enhance the government’s accountability and transparency and establish a direct communication channel between the Chief Minister’s office and the citizens.
How Jaganannaku Chebudam Scheme will work?
The Jagananna Housing Colonies project is a massive initiative that aims to construct more than 1,000 houses, with a budget of approximately Rs 15,810 crore allocated solely to housing. The scheme is supported by monitoring committees and special officers, who will work to ensure that any grievances raised are promptly and effectively addressed to the satisfaction of the public. Furthermore, the implementation of the scheme will be closely monitored, including the functioning of village and ward secretariats, Rythu Bharosa Kendras, and Village Clinics. Additionally, the construction of Jagananna housing colonies will also be closely overseen.
The Jaganannaku Chebudam Scheme has been initiated by the Andhra Pradesh government to provide immediate assistance to the people of the state. To take advantage of this opportunity, the public can register their complaints through the toll-free number established by the government. The helpline number for Jaganannaku Chebudam Scheme is 1902.