How YSR-Regime Bureaucrats Still on the Move with Former CM's StrategySeptember 21, 2019 18:03
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How YSR-Regime Bureaucrats Still on the Move with Former CM's Strategy:- Days after Andhra Pradesh government has transferred bureaucrats to various posts as a part of the minor reshuffle, a media report says many officials in the state seems to be not so content with the 2019 general election results and are still under the impressions left on them by Telugu Desam Party government.
Andhra Pradesh corridors of power apparently has three tactics and one will get to know it merely through their way of handling duties and decisions put into practice.
The one line is that of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leadership. In this, bureaucrats have their own to-do-list and make swift moves if the decisions are in line with the Central government and slow down to make a move if they are in that line.
The second line of bureaucrats is that of Telugu Desam Party’s, who even now turn up to the former chief minister Chandra Babu Naidu and have contacts with the party leaders.
And, now comes the third set of officers, who neither stick to the Central government line nor the former chief minister’s line. They are not even making a move to come into contact with the current chief minister. They just spy on the present chief minister and his modus operandi.
In spite of the fact that YS Jaganmohan Reddy had been functioning with his own agenda since he came into power, bureaucracy is still to come to terms. A handful of decisions are slowing up and Government Orders (GOs) are laying on the table.
Jagan was free to push 20 new Acts during the budget session in July since the script was all set with him prior to the elections. But, now the script and the orders are slated to be devised by the officials, who are thus far subjected to accept the new government and its course of action.
The Government Order for the appointment of Jagan’s few key individuals in the government posts is delayed further leading to disconnect in the communication network between the chief minister and the officials.
Courtesy: Great Andhra