• State Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy suggested that the authorities should respond with complaints from the public to resolve the issue of public issues in the state with humanitarian clarity. In a video conference held with the collectors and SPs of various districts from the Secretariat in Amravati on Wednesday, the Chief Minister said that the quality of the people's funeral is a matter of concern to the collectors and the SPs. Complaints from the public should be reviewed and resolved in a timely manner. The Chief Minister also suggested that action should be taken to resolve the grievances of the weekly response and the public should be confident in the resolution of the problems. Their complaint is monitored from time to time by making each complaint online. The response should be made from the Mandalay status and arrangements for response management should be made public. Suggested. Rs 15 crore has been allocated to each collector for the improvement of accommodation facilities in the districts of the state, of which Rs 1 crore is to be used as compensation for the families of farmers who committed suicide. The Chief Minister said that the law will be implemented to provide compensation of Rs 7 lacs to the suicidal farmers. The families of suicidal victims in the district should be made available to the collectors themselves and compensation should be made. The Chief Minister said that village ministries would soon be set up in villages across the state to provide eligible beneficiaries with the necessary infrastructure to provide ration and financing within 72 hours.

    Tahsildars and MPDOs are working to curb corruption from the zonal level in the district. And the chief minister has instructed collectors to paralyze the offices of the sub-registrar. Siyam Jagan pointed out that municipalities need to prevent corruption in the governance of the people by providing them with their own system of governance as well as the approval of various housing schemes. Similarly, the Chief Minister has instructed the district SPs to curb corruption from the police station level.