KCR Decides to Meet People at Camp Office for One Hour Daily

Telangana chief minister decided to meet general public at his camp office here for one hour every day to know their problems.

Published: 06th October 2014 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th October 2014 08:07 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Telangana chief minister and TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao is learnt to have decided to meet general public at his camp office here for one hour every day henceforth in order to know their problems.

He reportedly told his party MLAs that he would meet the legislators too daily to look into their demands and elicit their suggestions on how to address the woes of the common man.

While addressing a meeting of TRS leaders here on Sunday, the TS CM asked his party MLAs to spend more time for the party and visit party office on a regular basis.

In an effort to address the grievances of the people, KCR had reportedly told the party leaders that the CMO would clear all the grievances it receives from the people and forward it to the departments concerned immediately.

According to sources, KCR made it clear to his party MPs and MLAs that officials would not be transferred for two years and they should not insist on the same.

It is learnt that a few BC leaders brought to the notice of KCR that their community was not happy with him for giving more priority to minorities and other communities and sidelining them.

KCR reportedly made it clear that he was in favour of BC development and in fact he was coming out with a few welfare schemes for BCs in the next couple of days.


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