Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s Welfare Schemes During 8 Years Tenure
In the early February of 1996, the then chief minister of Andhra Pradesh Nara Chandrababu Naidu introduced the Janmabhoomi Program. The main objective was to get people involved in rebuilding and revitalizing society. This programme operates on a micro level and intends to identify issues relevant to the people represented through Gram Sabha talks by regional offices from the government sector, particularly in villages, and send project suggestions to the government for consideration. Access to clean water, health care and hospitals and family welfare, education in elementary schools, Community service, and environmental protection via cooperative watershed and forest management initiatives are the main concentrated areas of the Janmabhumi programme. Check our website for more details or the Latest TDP News.
On 26 January 1999, Nara Chandrababu Naidu introduced the Rythu Bazaar program. In an effort to rein down the escalating cost of fruits and vegetables, the then chief minister of Andhra Pradesh urged farmers to sell their goods directly to customers as part of this scheme in order to cut out the middlemen in the marketing circle and thus keeping a bit more profit to themselves. Later, this initiative went on successfully, and the initial phase is spread to several communities. Prices dropped by 70 to 75 percent as planned by the TDP Government, which helped farmers as well as direct purchasers. This is one of the TDP Achievements which the TDP Leaders and TDP MLAs are proud of.
In order to provide e-governance to the residents of the people in AP, Nara Chandrababu Naidu combined with some of the Top TDP Leaders established many e-Seva centers in 2001 throughout the state for the quick and paperless delivery of results to applicants of every educational and non-educational-sector-and-in-Agricultural-sector-too. These e-Seva centres served as a one-stop solution stops for all government information and services to the public domain through the internet, including the payment of banking services, utility bills, the issuance of birth and death certificates, and the written test for a driver's license, and for the reservation of APSRTC tours and travel companies, the placing of government orders, The government established a framework for outsourcing personnel, who perform government-related tasks accordingly with a contract and are subsequently being recognized as permanent government workers in the state government sector.
Mukhyamantri Prajalato is a first-time thing done in the state of Andhra Pradesh under the rule of Shri. Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Mukhyamantri Prajalato is an unusual yet exceptional idea of the then CM of AP Mr. Naidu and some of the Top TDP Leaders in which an initiative that promoted open communication for the general people and The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Mr. Naidu. This used to be a weekly live broadcast in Doordarshan and in India Radio during which the Chief Minister of the state interacted with the callers to learn about the problems of the most rooted areas of the state for the betterment of the people. This is one of the finest ideas in the whole country and there used to be quick responses from the TDP Leaders and the TDP MLAs. This has been the greatest of the TDP Achievements of the TDP Government and was more admiration for the people of Andhra Pradesh.