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Rana to meet CM tomorrow

Rana to meet CM tomorrow
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It may be recalled that the Chief Minister has asked the district Collectors to prepare action plans for welfare and development, taking into...

Nizamabad: District Collector Dr Yogitha Rana will be meeting Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao in Hyderabad on Wednesday and is busy preparing the report to be presented to him.

It may be recalled that the Chief Minister has asked the district Collectors to prepare action plans for welfare and development, taking into consideration, the requirements of the district.


Recently, participating in a video conference, the Chief Secretary K Pradeep Secretary told the District Collector to prepare action plans for development.

In this connection, the Collector directed the officials of various departments in the district to chalk out plans. They were busy preparing these plans even on holidays.

The is the first time that the Chief Minister will be holding a meeting with District Collectors after the reorganisation of the districts in the State. The officials are busy preparing the reports listing out the details pertaining to the implementation of the welfare and development plans of the Central and the State governments.

They are also busy collecting information on the status of the comprehensive household survey that was conducted. They are inquiring from bank officials about the cashless transactions that were taking place in the district and the number of people having saving bank accounts.

Collector Rana is also eliciting information on the status of the Aasara pensions that were being implemented. She also told the officials to submit a report on the payments that were made to the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) workers.

She also asked them to prepare reports on the expenditure incurred by the Roads & Buildings, Panchayatraj and Social Welfare departments.

Rana told them to prepare reports taking into consideration the interests of the farmers as Nizamabad is primarily an agricultural district. She said that they should inform her about the needs of the district.

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