Kishan Reddy gets angry at Hyderabad collector and GHMC commissioner

Hyderabad, Nov.25 (Maxim News): Union Minister for tourism and culture G. Kishan reddy today got angry at Hyderabad district collector and GHMC commissioner for not attending the district Disha committee meeting Today. The meeting was held at tourism plaza in Begumpet . Reddy was the Chief Guest at the meeting.

Speaking on the occasion, he wondered as to why the meeting was held where the officials , who are supposed to answer the questions about the implementation of state and central governments programs, were not present at the meeting. He made it clear that the meeting would not be held if the officials concerned did not attend the meeting. Following this, the Hyderabad district Collector attended the meeting.

During the meeting, the Union Minister asked the officials to implement Swanidhi scheme in the district in an effective manner. Noting that delay is being caused in the issue of the street vendors, he asked the officials to overcome the problem.

He asked the officials to identify the problems during the implementation of the programs. Commenting on the administration of Covid vaccine, he asked the officials to work hard to administer the vaccine to all. He asked the officials to complete the vaccination process in all the Baathis of the district with the help of local political parties and women groups . (Maxim News)


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