Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao inaugurated his pet project of creating new districts for easy governance. But even after the new districts celebrated its first anniversary, many of them have not started working full fledged.
Most of them couldn’t acquire office establishment. Lack of employees is the major reason for their incapacity. To an extent some districts have finalised land for Collectorate establishment and seem to have fallen on track.
But KCR’s own district of Medak seems to be facing a different problem altogether. Medak faces major disagreement of where to have the collectorate between ruling TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi), opposition elected representatives and the people.
TRS aim to establish the Collectorate in Rajpalli but some others propose to have it in Aurangabad. The local people request the leaders to have Collectorate in the local RDO office which is the most convenient for the people.
This is the major reason for the delay in establishment of collectorate in KCR’s own district. Though the deputy speaker Padma Devender Reddy announced the foundation of the new collectorate to Medak would be laid in the first week of November by KCR, there is still no agreement on the place of the collectorate.