Advising Progress – Telangana’s New Direction With Revanth Reddy

Telangana’s new Chief Minister, Revanth Reddy, is spearheading significant reforms aimed at making the government more transparent and citizen-centric. Breaking barriers at Praja Bhavan, now called Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Praja Bhavan, symbolizes his dedication to inclusivity by opening doors to the public. He’s also appointed proficient bureaucrats for top positions and abandoned VIP privileges in his convoy.

One of his recent game-changing moves involves establishing the Telangana State Advisory Council. This council will feature esteemed intellectuals and experts from various fields, such as former IAS officers RS Praveen Kumar and Akunuri Murali, along with respected professors Haragopal and K Nageshwar Rao. Reddy himself will chair this council, which will provide crucial recommendations to the government.

His vision extends to educational reforms, planning to establish Gurukuls at the mandal level to enhance education while overseeing International Schools. The Advisory Council will function akin to the Institute for Policy Studies and Research on Social Justice, emphasizing policy-making for societal welfare.

Revanth Reddy’s initiatives have garnered widespread praise from Telangana’s intellectuals and social figures, who feel re-engaged with state governance after a long period of feeling excluded. His proactive steps signify a push towards a more inclusive and progressive administration, focusing on better governance and societal well-being.