Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao has made it clear that there is no need of uniform administrative structure in the new districts that would start functioning from October 11. Reviewing the pace of work on the formation at MCRHRD today, he has also stated that the number of employees in a particular department need not be the same in all districts. “Reforms shall be undertaken and expansion, reduction or adjustments in departments should be taken up depending upon the structure and needs of the district. The ultimate aim is to provide good governance. Improving the performance of departments, complete and effective supervision and control, no space for corruption and transparent governance shall be the main principles upon which for rejig of departments, Mr Rao pointed out.
He said works having same set of norms are being done by various officers and in various departments leading to lack of coordination among them which would create problem for implementation of developmental schemes. So, there is an urgency to undertake reforms, he averred.
Harping on the same subject, the chief minister said- “there will be considerable work in departments such as police, revenue, medical and health, Panchayat Raj, education.. can have same kind of work in almost all the district. But if you take mining, forest, minority, ST welfare, industries may not have equal work in all the districts. So, depending upon the work, adjustments have to be made. Realignment of departments have to be done” .
He said department of industries need to be expanded in Hyderabad since lot of industries have been coming up in and around the city.
Chief Minister felt rampant corruption in revenue department has blocked the developmental works in a big way and needs a thorough check.