Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) is making himself busy. He is planning to hold a series of meetings in the coming days.
The Chief Minister is holding District Collectors conference at Pragathi Bhavan on February 11.
After that he will meet elected representatives of local bodies. Apart from Ministers and Legislators, the participants include Mandal Parishad presidents, Zilla Parishad chairpersons, Municipal Chairmen and Mayors of Municipal Corporations and their respective deputies. According to estimates, the gathering will be around 5,000.
Will attend TRS sources said initially KCR proposed to invite even MPTCs and ZPTCs to the meeting before eventually dropping the idea.
TRS leaders are planning to hold this meeting at Kongara Kalan, although KCR is yet to take a call on the venue. Before the 2018 Assembly elections TRS held a massive “Pragathi Nivedana Sabha” at Kongara Kalan.
In the Collector’s meeting, the Chief Minister will explain about proposed new Revenue Act and government’s priorities.
Meanwhile, local body representatives will be enlightened about the new Municipal Act, according to which public representatives of local bodies will lose their posts if they make mistakes.
KCR will caution them against goof-ups, deliberate or otherwise, and urge them to live up to the expectations of the people. They will also be advised to ensure implementation of various government schemes without indulging in any form of corruption.
Apparently, he realises that the welfare schemes have benefited the people, and that is the reason they are voting for TRS in every election.
Meanwhile, the Budget session of the Assembly was scheduled to commence from the last week of the month. Sources said that the session may be postponed to the first week of March. KCR will hold a TRS Legislature Party meeting to discuss the strategy to be adopted in the Assembly....