Smooth governance, speedy services motto
31 districts a big reform to reach people claims Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has said that formation of new districts was a big reform for decentralization of powers to reach out to people through speedy delivery of services at rural pockets. Talking in the house during a “Short Discussion” on the last day of 16-day Assembly session, on administrative reforms in the youngest state, leader of the house said that the new districts are aimed to achieve inclusive growth in the wake of past governments dumping and depriving the people of facilities and services. Flaying the Congress for making a histrionic and hollow talk due to lack of content in the house he asked 125 year old Congress party to give necessary training to their leaders to talk properly.
KCR stated that barring Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal all other states in India had split the districts for same motto with what we have for overall development and to deliver services to the people at villages. The Telangana state is relieved after the process of the delimitation as it could avert the problem to travel 200 km to 250 km to reach district headquarters. It paved way for the speedy growth and transform the state into golden Telangana with a focus on welfare and development. On remarks of Congress member Sampath on central support, he tried to allay fears stating that the Centre has recognized 31 districts in Telangana. He further said that the Centre, all Union Ministries, RBI and NIC have notified our 31 new districts which will automatically get all financial support and funding as any other districts. After delimitation, Telangana comprises new districts with some population including – 14 districts with 2 lakh families, 10 districts with 3 lakh families, 4 districts with 4 lakh families. He also said that 31 Districts have a total of 468 Divisions, 584 Mandals and 9 Commissionerates and 814 police stations in Telangana.