All Andhra Pradesh Cabinet Ministers Resign as Cheif Mininster Jagan Overhauls Team In Run-up to 2024 Polls


Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Thursday disintegrated his bureau following which every one of the 24 clergymen offered their acquiescences to the CM. The abdications came after a bureau meeting held at 3 pm, with sources telling CNN-News18 that the new priests will make vow on April 11.


Sources said the arrangement of the new bureau will principally zero in on addressing SC/STs, in reverse class, and ladies. They added that the bureau pastors, who have surrendered, will either be designated as area in-charges or will be obliged in the party. The rundown of the new pastors will be formally delivered on April 10.


As indicated by the sources, Jagan Reddy was somewhat passionate during the bureau meeting since it was the last gathering of the current bureau. "You gave your all for the beyond more than two or more years. I want encounters and aptitude of senior clergymen," he told his cupboard partners.


Subsequent to going to the gathering, Kodali Nani, who was a bureau serve in the Jagan Reddy-drove government, told the media, "The CM requested that we leave. We did it without the slightest hesitation. In view of the exhibition, station and provincial conditions, the new group will be settled. It's the finished choice of the CM and we will be bound to it."


"The bureau needs proficient and experienced individuals who can bring back the party to control in 2024. Jagan knows who to use and where to use," Nani added.


On Wednesday evening, Jagan Reddy met with Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan and purportedly educated him about the bureau redesign. The Chief Minister is probably going to meet the Governor again on Friday to surrender the finished rundown of names who will be confirmed on April 11.


In 2019, not long after his gigantic triumph in the Andhra Pradesh political decision, Jagan Reddy had said he would pick another group mid-term as a feature of his methodology for 2024. The thought, he expressed, was to allow everybody an opportunity and furthermore beat any enemy of incumbency against a served official as clergyman.


On Monday, he basically sent off 13 new locale in the state taking the complete number to 26. He said individuals have acknowledged and valued the decentralized type of government as the plans are straightforwardly conveyed to their doorstep, and that the equivalent is being reached out to the areas now.


"We have seen the advancement through decentralized organization as town and ward secretariats. We are currently decentralizing at the locale level also. From this point forward, Andhra Pradesh is a state with 26 locale. We have no less than one parliamentary supporters for every area," he said.


Key choices of bureau


  • The bureau has endorsed to execute the YSR zero interest credit plot which is a piece of Navaratnalu for the third year and to authorize of Rs 1,259 crore.
  • The bureau has supported the setting up of Revenue Divisions.
  • It likewise endorsed the development of 12 police sub-divisions and 16 police circles as a feature of the arrangement of new locale.
  • The bureau has chosen to proceed with the residency and reservations of the Zilla Parishads.
  • The bureau has chosen to authorize 12 new posts in the Agricultural Polytechnic College laid out at Punganur in Chittoor region.
  • The bureau has supported AP Millet Mission ‌ Policy to advance cereal grain crops from 2022-23 to 2026-27.
  • The bureau has supported the arrangement of one Assistant General Manager and two Office Subordinate Posts to Andhra Pradesh Education and Welfare Infrastructure Development Corporation.
  • It additionally endorsed designating 253 posts for advanced education, which incorporates 23 head, 31 showing posts and 139 non-instructing posts.
  • The bureau has endorsed the setting up of Ekalavya schools in various pieces of the state.
  • It endorsed the portion of 166 sections of land in the various pieces of the state for modern parks.
  • The bureau has supported a goal forbidding the public authority specialists from rehearsing in private.

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