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Samstag, 17.03.2018
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The Andhra Pradesh government is going to imbibe no paper policy for official works in the state. The government is planning to go paperless by end of March. Now all the services provided by the government will be available online.

Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu had confirmed it on Sunday. He was attending the “Technologies for Tomorrow” conference during the Confederation of Indian Industries Summit in Visakhapatnam.

At the conference he said, “Every citizen will have an optic fibre connection. If a citizen has any problem, he can get it sorted out with a single call or representing the issue online.” Chief Minister called it a unique experiment. “State will use technology to monitor every aspect of governance. I have found no other government where this is being done,” he added.

By making the governance paperless and transparent Andhra Pradesh will be among the top three investment destinations in India by 2022, the top destination by 2029 and among the top five in the world by 2050. He claimed to make Andhra Pradesh the “happiest and most livable” state not just in India, but in the world.

Meanwhile, Naidu attended the graduation of 96 government officials who completed training in e-Pragati on Saturday. E-Pragati is the state’s e-governance platform. Naidu said the same government employees who had resisted the introduction of computers during his earlier stint as chief minister were now “enjoying the benefits of online and biometric systems.


Quelle/Source: The Leaders News, 27.02.2018

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