YS Jagan Proposes ‘Coffee Together’ For Collectors and SPs

Amaravati: In a bid to foster closer coordination between District administration, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy proposed a novel concept where the Collectors and Superintendents of Police of respective districts meet for 'Coffee Together', every Tuesday.
This was mooted during a review meeting of the Redressal ( Spandana) program at the CM Camp Office in Tadepalli on Tuesday.
YS Jagan suggested that if the SPs and District Collectors meet every Tuesday, they could share details about land disputes, law and order problems prevalent in their respective districts. The same details could be shared with the Tehsildars on Wednesday, he said.
Explaining the schema of how the reports could be shared, the Chief Minister said that on Thursday, the Tehsildar, Surveyor, SI, RI, VRO should come together and discuss the report shared with the Tehsildar. This would facilitate and make for better coordination between the senior officials down to the VRO level. They could then focus on how to sort out and solve these issues in a phased manner.
YS Jagan said that these land disputes were effecting the peace and leading to law and order problems in the state. Appreciating the concept,YS Jagan said that this proposal mooted by Prakasam District Collector and SP was interesting and should be followed by other District officials as well.

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