In a major setback to Telugu Desam Party government (TDP), a report by ADR revealed that Andhra Pradesh state government scored below average in its performance, media outlets have claimed.
The survey reports that the government has neglected voter priorities and failed in providing employment, drinking water and farm infrastructure in both rural and urban areas.
On a scale of 5 in performance, Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), an election watchdog rated rural AP at 2.13 on the availability of water for agriculture, 1.99 on farm subsidy, 2.19 on power for the farm sector, 2.08 in providing employment opportunities and 2.12 in supplying drinking water.
The survey conducted between October 2018 and December 2018, also showed that better employment, drinking water and pollution are a top priority for Urban Voters also.
The Andhra government fared below average in urban areas in giving better employment opportunities (2.13), drinking water (1.91), water and air pollution (2.19), noise pollution (1.96) and traffic congestion (1.98).
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