MLA Kadiam Srihari has raised significant concerns about the efficiency and accuracy of public administration applications, spotlighting specific design flaws and ambiguities. Speaking to the media at Station Ghanpur, Srihari highlighted the perplexing options within the Rythu Bharosa column, particularly regarding farmers and tenant farmers. He emphasized the impracticality of providing financial aid to tenant farmers without clear agreements, questioning the feasibility of the Congress government’s assistance plans based on verbal agreements.
Furthering his critique, Srihari expressed dismay over the announcement restricting free RTC bus travel for the Medaram Sammakka fair. This move, he believes, undermines the government’s commitment to its promises, especially the ambitious pledge of implementing six guarantees within the first 100 days of governance. In a contrasting event that unfolded in Chagallu, Station Ghanpur mandal, a Prajapalan program was rolled out, featuring the distribution of Kalyan Lakshmi checks to beneficiaries. This ceremony witnessed the participation of several key figures, including Chagallu RDO Vasam Rammurthy and DGHS Dr. Sugunakarraju. Despite such initiatives, Srihari’s observations underscore existing governance challenges, emphasizing the pressing need for transparency, clarity, and actionable solutions in public administration.