Modi Wants AP CM to Solve Crisis in State

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The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu is likely to lead the five-member Sub-committee of state Chief Ministers, as Modi wants Chandrababu Naidu to solve the present crisis. This is to be set up by Union Government to deal with the problems caused by the Demonetization.

Modi Wants AP CM to Solve Crisis in State

Upon the Prime Minister Narendra Modi advice, the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had reportedly himself called the AP CM Chandrababu Naidu to seek his interest in taking the lead for the committee which is expected to come up with some measures that will solve the present tizzy situations and face the aftermaths of the cash-swap process from the sudden announcement of the PM Narendra Modi on 8th November. The AP Chief Minister is continuously collaborating with the RBI officials and the Bank employees to resolve the scarcity of money in especially the AP state.

 This team of the five-member Chief Ministers may include Nithish Kumar the CM of Bihar, Naveen Patnaik the CM of Odissa along with Chandrababu Naidu and other two BJP CM’s. The AP has given the lead to this mission and he is efficiently monitoring the situation time-to-time and the officials from the center are said to convinced extremely with way of boosting by CM about the Digital Transactions and the usage of plastic currency and he regularly checks with the District Collectors.

 Chandrababu is known as the ‘Hi-tech’ Chief Minister who is one of the leading front-runners in India to push for the Digital transactions called as the Online cash transactions and he also passed the orders to all the officers in AP to go paper-less transactions. In fact, the main central is observing that Andhra Pradesh is facing a lot of suffer unlike other states and all the credit and thanks to the efficient and effective skills of Mr. Chandrababu Naidu.