Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao who inaugurated the new official residence yesterday, is expected to hold most of the reviews in itself, according to top sources. At least till such a time new secretariat is built, he would hold all official programmes there itself, sources said.
Mr Rao hoped that the newly inaugurated CM’s official building complex Pragathi Bhavan would become a platform for creating a blue print for the development of the State. He said that Janahita Conference hall, which is a part of the building complex would immensely help to interact with a cross section of people from all hues to formulate the government, policies, programmes and monitor the implementation of several schemes.
In this context, he said that people often face problems and issues in their lives and a direct interaction with them would help to solve their problems and show solutions to them. All walks people; women, farmers, artisans, workers and a host of others would now be able to attend the direct interactions to be held on regular intervals at Janahita Conference Hall. The state government would provide them the travel expenses to come to Hyderabad. The government would also utilise the opportunity to find out on how several government schemes and programmes are being implemented at the field level and accordingly the State government would modify its action plan, the Chief Minister observed.
Talking about the Janahita Conference Hall, the Chief Minister recalled how, till now, several important government conferences such as the collector’s conference were being held in private hotels, as there was no proper venue at the government’s disposal. With Janahita Conference Hall, that problem was solved. Henceforth events like Christmas dinner, Ramzaan Iftar party, Ugadi Panchanga Sravanam would be held in Janahita, he said.
After the formal inauguration of Pragathi Bhavan, the Chief Minister held a review meeting about the aims and objectives of Pragathi Bhavan and Janahita Conference Hall.