Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and his Andhra Pradesh counterpart YS Jagan Mohan Reddy have many things in common.
Both launched their own political parties, steered their respective parties to victory in Assembly polls single-handedly and both finished their common rival N Chandrababu Naidu in their states.
Now, both the CMs have announced to show people what 'real administration' is from a particular day.
Interestingly, both the CM selected 'national holidays' to show their 'real administration' to people in the respective states.
KCR announced that from August 15, which is an Independence Day and a national holiday, he will show to people what 'real administration' is.
According to YSRCP sources, Jagan too has been telling his ministers and MLAs that he will show what his 'real administration' will be, from October 2, which is Mahatma Gandhi Jayanthi and a national holiday.
Jagan reportedly telling them that his efforts to set up 'gram volunteer system' in villages and 'municipal/ward volunteer system' in cities and towns will materialise by September, and from October 2 all ll these volunteers will ensure delivery of government services to each and ever household in a tranparent and hassle-free manner and AP people will experience 'real administration' from then.
KCR made a statement in Legislative Assembly recently that he bring 'revolutionary measures' in administration from August 15 and show Telangana people what 'real administration' is.
People wonder whether both the CMs would be successful in showing 'real administration' to people starting from national holidays.