Andhra CM Jagan Reddy takes over the secretarial workplace; Raises the wages of ASHA staff to Rs 10,000
Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, YS Jaganmohan Reddy, stated Saturday that his authorities is dedicated to making sure an trustworthy and environment friendly administration.
Shortly after formally taking workplace on the State Secretariat, Jagan signed a case rising the month-to-month wage of ASHA staff (social well being activists) from three,000 to 10,000 Rs.
He additionally promised authorities workers that, at its first assembly on June 10, his authorities would make choices on the granting of interim reduction and the termination of the contributory pension plan.
State Secretary L V Subrahmanyam, chief adviser to Chief Minister Ajeya Kallam, Chief Police Officer (accountable) Gautam Sawang and lots of YSR Congress leaders and staffers saluted the Chief Minister.
Later, the Chief Minister addressed a gathering of all authorities secretaries and division heads throughout which he offered his celebration's election guarantees and priorities.
"Folks have elected this authorities with nice religion, and their aspirations will solely come true if leaders absolutely cooperate, and I hope you all work in that course," Jagan instructed the bureaucrats.
The election manifesto of the YSR Congress celebration needs to be the information of the administration, he stated.
He additionally burdened his dedication to zero corruption within the administration and burdened the necessity for transparency.
"That is the explanation why I’ve proposed the creation of a judicial fee for the awarding of public contracts .I’m dedicated to giving an trustworthy and environment friendly authorities", he added.
Reddy, who led his YSR Congress celebration to a landslide victory within the legislative elections, was sworn in as chief minister of Andhra Pradesh on Could 30.
Within the elections to the meeting, the YSR Congress got here out victorious in 151 constituencies out of a complete of 175 within the state.
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