YS Jaganmohan Reddy claimed he wishes to work in a manner that his photo will be in every house in Andhra Pradesh after his death. At the Collectors Conference in Undavalli Today, AP CM told: 'Officials need to protect Democracy and Constitution. People should offer utmost respect to the Government Officers. Grievance Cell should be held every week, on Mondays. Collectors shouldn't conduct any meetings on that day. Whoever approaches Grievance Cell should be offered a receipt by collecting their Phone Number. Tell the complainant how many days it would take to resolve the issue'.
Chief Minister ordered Collectors to plan Night Halts in Villages once in every week. He stressed the need to change the outlook of Government Schools within two years.
Jagan claimed Education, Health and Farmers Welfare is the prime agenda of YCP Government. He directed Collectors to respond properly whenever MLAs bring the people's issues to their notice. 'Except in Corruption, MLAs will be receiving priority in every other aspect. High priority should be given to SC, ST, BC and Minorities. This is why Nava Rathnalu has been introduced. Caste, Religion, Region and Party shouldn't affect the implementation of Welfare Schemes. Even if Ruling Party MLAs are against it, Extend benefits of welfare schemes to all eligible people. If everyone receives equal justice, Even those who hadn't voted for YCP in 2019 will vote for us in 2024. Village Volunteers will ensure door delivery of government schemes. Action would be taken if they indulge in corruption,' he warned.