Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu addressed the first day’s seminar of the IAS officers’ three-week mid career training held in the All India Service Officials Training Centre of LBSNAA (Lal Bahadur Shastry National Academy of Administration), Mussoorie. The session is attended by 450 senior IAS officers working in the Union Territories.
Speaking in the seminar, Chandrababu gave a PowerPoint presentation about the challenges faced by AP post bifurcation, its victories and the construction of the new capital city and various issues.
Chandrababu said that after a long time a stable government came to power in the centre which gave opportunity to undertake key reforms and immediate decisions. He asked the IAS officials to simplify governance through technology as some systems are based on the usage of technology.
Chandrababu would leave to New Delhi after this program to meet Central Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Devendra Pradhan and discuss about AP projects and Centre’s assistance for the same.