With just a year left for the assembly elections in Telangana, chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to come out of his shell in Pragati Bhavan, and be among the people most of the time in the coming months to win over them.
According to party sources, starting next month, KCR is planning to resume his district tours with focus on fulfilling pending his pre-election promises and make more promises ahead of the elections.
On December 4, the chief minister is expected to visit Mahabubnagar, where he will inaugurate the new integrated collectorate complex and launch several other development programmes.
He will also inaugurate the TRS district office, lay foundation for construction of the new government super specialty hospital in the old collectorate premises and also launch development programmes at Mini Tank Bund among others.
Further, he is likely to address a public meeting and announce a slew of measures for development of infrastructure and other programmes in the district, apart from completing the pending projects.
Later, he is likely to tour Mahabubabad and Suryapet district for which the schedule is being finalised.
During the recent state executive committee meeting, KCR asked the party cadre to pull up their socks as the State government had only 10 months left to implement all its promises to the people of Telangana.
He also wanted them to take the development and welfare programmes of the state government into the people effectively.
Accordingly, the party leaders were asked to make arrangements to plan reach out programmes. As part of this, the chief minister had also announced his plans to tour the districts.
“His visit to these districts is likely to be finalised after the exact dates are fixed for the assembly session which is now scheduled to be held in December,” the party sources said.