CM Revanth Reddy, the newly elected Telangana Chief Minister, is on a reform mission. He is going above and beyond to make the administration more transparent and accessible to the public. He is going full throttle after breaking down the barriers of Praja Bhavan (formerly Pragathi Bhavan), opening the gates to the common people, selecting highly efficient bureaucrats for top positions, abandoning the VIP culture for his convoy, and establishing Praja Palana Sabhalu for local governance.
As of late, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has made another significant choice. In the near future, he will establish the Telangana State Advisory Council. Intellectuals and Telangana specialists will be among them. Intellectuals such as RS Praveen Kumar, Akunuri Murali, and Professors Haragopal and K Nageshwar Rao, who were IAS officers in the past, will have a spot on the advisory council. The Chairman of the Advisory Council will be CM Revanth Reddy.
The Telangana government will receive important recommendations from the members of the Advisory Council. The goal of the establishment of gurukuls at the mandal level will be education. The International Schools will come under the watchful eye of the Advisory Council. “Mahatma Jyotirao Phule” Praja Bhavan is the new name for Praja Bhavan. The Institute for Policy Studies and Research on Social Justice will serve as a model for the Advisory Council’s operations.
Overall, Telangana intellectuals and social personalities who had been away from the state administration and its decisions since the formation of the Telangana state are applauding CM Revanth Reddy’s ideas and actions.