Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao advocates ‘tri-policy’ to achieve qualitative governance
By New Indian Express 11-Jul-2019
Rao said that the Telangana Rural policy should be aimed at providing relief to people from various problems and issues. The Revenue policy should be devoid of any bribes and the Urban policy should be aimed at zero corruption.
“We have achieved a separate State. Similarly, we have implemented a slew of social welfare schemes and measures successfully after coming to power. We have overcome critical problems like lack of drinking water, shortage of power and lack of irrigation. Now, we have to focus on the development of rural and urban areas in the State,” the chief minister said.
“We have enacted a strong Panchayat Raj Act. Now, village development is taking place. We are going to see a positive change in the villages in three months. We fought elections in rural Telangana and won. The people gave us a landslide majority in the Legislative Assembly polls. We have taken up the overall welfare scheme. The government has decided to bring in qualitative change to pay as gratitude to the people,” the chief minister said.
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