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Former Britain PM Tony Blair visits Naidu's Real-Time Governance in Amaravati

Vijayawada: Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair visited Naidu's Real Time Governance state centre at the secreteriat in Velagapudi on Monday. He met Andhra Chief Minister Nara Chandra Babu Naidu who personally demonstaryed the RTG'S funcyioning to him. The chief minister said that Tony Blair was interested in the functioning of RTG and previously they did have an interaction in singapore.

The former Prime Minister of the UK termed the initiative as One of the extraordinarday hings i have ever witnessed. it is quite embarrassing for me to see how i have aged a d how you progressed over the years. We both know that we have started in politics almost during the same time, Tony Blair told Naidu.

I think this is a revolutionary undertaking. While the state of Andhra Pradesh has the size of a large European nation and the governance model is really a role model for the globe. said Tony Blair.

The chief minister  Nara Chandrababu Naidu explained various features of the RTG programme, from monitoring the waste management, water resources to noticing the dysfunctional street lights in every district at a touch of their cell phone.

He explained that AP stands first in ease doing business and we want to explain that in terms of real-time governance the state is way ahead in managing its affairs more quickly and efficiently. Naidu told the former British PM.
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