Mobilised people doze off at Nava Nirmana Deeksha VIJAYAWADA: Beneficiaries under various schemes were brought to fill the chairs at Nava Nirmana Deeksha. All exits points of the venue were closed to prevent crowd from going out during the programme. People attending the meeting were found sleeping and playing games on smartphones.
Mobilised people doze off at Nava Nirmana Deeksha at Vijayawada
The people criticised the officials for Wasting their time in the name of meetings, Mobilising crowd for Nava Nirmana Deeksha has become a headache for the officials.
Krishna district administration which faced criticism for gathering poor crowd to Nava Nirmana Deeksha opening ceremony at Benz Circle is striving hard for the success of the Week-long Workshops at A-Convention Centre.
Various departments are being criticised by the public for bringing them to the event and making them Wait for Chief Minister’s public address.
Mobilised people doze off at Nava Nirmana Deeksha
The state government, which has taken up Nava Nirmana Deeksha to motivate the people towards development, is forgetting the pain caused by unethical bifurcation of the state.
Seven day-long Workshops were planned cover. ing a different topic each day and Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu will address the people every day explaining the development activities taken up by government.
After failure of the inaugural programme of Nava Nirmana Deeksha which was held on June 1 at the Benz Circle, the district administration has focused on bringing people to the public event. Departments like SERP, social welfare and others were given the responsibility to mobilise people to the programme from various districts.
Mandal-level officials are mobilising people to the event in special buses. Majority of of the people attending the meetings are beneficiaries of selfhelp groups, anganwadis, health workers and other governmental schemes.
A majority of the people are forcibly kept inside the auditorium and most of them are seen sleeping and playing with mobiles while the meeting is in progress.
“Officials have brought us to the venue by 12 noon in a school bus. Officials have said that the event will be completed by 7 pm and We will reach home by 8 pm. We were not allowed to come out of the venue and all exit gates were closed, forcing us to sit until completion of the event. We are happy with the government schemes, but forcing us to stay in the event is not correct.” says Lakshmikantham, a beneficiary of self-help group from Gannavaram mandal about forcible mobilisation of people to the event.