It was a surprise for Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu when he received a handwritten letter from a fourth standard student Amrutha Mythreyee.
The little girl studying in a school of Guntur, appreciated the Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu for successfully conducting the Krishna Pushkaralu (Krishna Mahakumbh) recently.
In her letter, Amrutha said that she had visited Vijayawada to take a holy dip and found the arrangements at the ghats good. She said that the new capital was beautifully lit up with electric lights and also appreciated the assistance offered by the police.
APPRECIATED TAG SYSTEM
She went on to mention that the unique tag system which helped unite lost kids with their parents, and the cultural programmes were a great attraction.
The Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu too expressed his joy after receiving the letter from his little citizen.
In spite of being busy at the central command control room reviewing the works taken up to mitigate the severe dry spell in the four districts of Rayalaseema, the chief minister responded to Amrutha’s letter.
The chief minister said that Amrutha’s pretty handwriting touched his heart. He said that her visit with her family to the Krishna Pushkaram’s and her appreciation of ghats and lightings made him very happy.
He appreciated her statements appreciating the police personnel.
CM APPRIECIATED THE CHILD’S GESTURE
The chief minister mentioned that kids like Amrutha are the rays of hope in the future of Swarnandhra Pradesh.
The chief minister blessed her and asked her to do well in her studies and make her family, state and the country proud. Amrutha is from Guntur and studies at RK Kid Blossoms school.
The recently concluded Krishna Pushkaralu is an example of excellent and streamlined administration of Chandrababu Naidu. Andhra government almost pulled off a miracle by making sure that the event was held without any troubles. The state government used technology and streamlined all its resources to make sure that happened.