Hyderabad, Oct 31 (UNI) Expressing unhappiness over the implementation of certain flagship programmes of the Andhra Pradesh Government at 'snail's pace', Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today warned that those Collectors and Superintendents of Police (SPs), who did not perform well, would find it difficult to continue.
In his concluding remarks at the two-day Collectors' conference here, he said ''the role of the Collectors is paramount in ensuring the success of the Government's programmes. You have to work hard and devote full attention to perform well in the tasks assigned.'' Stating that the officials must maintain good relations and coordinate well with public representatives, Dr Reddy said, ''I am not satisfied with the pace of implementation of Government programmes.'' ''We should not only give good results to the common man, but also deliver at the right time,'' he said, adding that his Government would always give recognition to those who worked hard and delivered the right results at the right time.
The Chief Minister discussed the INDIRAMMA housing scheme, Jalayagnam, land acquisition, sky rocketing prices of essential commodities and welfare schemes with the officials and gave clear cut directions to them, an official release here said.