Chief Minister’s mini camp office in Gajwel, inaugurated

Citizens of Constituency can also submit their grievances at the Gajwel mini camp office, to get them resolved. 

By Author   |   Published: 9th Mar 2018   4:28 pm Updated: 9th Mar 2018   4:30 pm
File Photo: Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao in Gajwel town of Siddipet

Gajwel: Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao inaugurated Chief Minister’s mini camp office in Gajwel, the headquarters of Gajwel Assembly Constituency being represented by Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, here on Thursday.

Chief Minister and other officials can monitor all the government offices in Gajwel from his mini camp office. The officials have connected the CCTV cameras installed in offices, hospital, important junctions and educational institutions to CM Camp office.

The CM also conducted constituency level meetings and video-conferences with officials and local elected public representatives from there. Citizens of Constituency can also submit their grievances here to get them resolved.

Priests performed special rituals marking the inauguration of the new building. Harish Rao along with MP, Kotha Prabhakar Reddy, Gajwel Area Development Officer, M Hanumantha Rao and others participated in the special puja.

A large number of Congress activists from various neighbouring villages and Gajwel town joined Telangana Rastra Samithi (TRS) in the presence of Harish Rao on Thursday.

The Minster said Congress’s bus yatra had failed to draw the attention of people since people had lost confidence in Congress Party’s leadership and their words. “They have ruled the nation and State for many a years, but could not bring desired changes for common people, he said.

He said TRS-led government had reserved 33 per cent of posts for women in Police Department in an attempt to encourage women to take up the most challenging jobs besides creating employment opportunities in equal number for them.

Since both the national parties had failed to resolve many issues at national level, and also between the States, Harish Rao added that Chief Minister had taken the decision to enter national politics.

He said the CM’s decision drew great response from across the nation as, leaders of various parties were coming forward to join KCR.