The chief minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has announced that he will be kick-starting a massive public survey soon. The purpose of this survey is to evaluate if the common public is recieving the financial aides which are being provided by the government of Andhra Pradesh.
“Very soon, we will be sending out a questionnaire to every household in the state. The public will rate YCP government’s administration and mention it they are satisfied with the schemes that are being carried out,” Jagan said.
Taking public feedback is the best possible way to evaluate the government’s efficiency and Jagan is implementing the same plan. However, collecting data from over 5 crore people in the state is going to be a really tough task.
Jagan added that he is ready to make necessary changes to his governance based on the feedback given by the common public.
The YCP government is claiming that they had implemented 90% of the schemes that were mentioned in the manifesto. We will get to know if they had really succeeded in doing so once these survey results are out.