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Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao

CM assigns different tasks to top officials

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao has delegated powers to various officials on different tasks undertaken by the State Government.

This was announced by the Chief Minister while chairing a review meeting with top officials and ministers at Pragathi Bhavan on Sunday.

CMO officials S. Narsing Rao and Shanti Kumari will monitor the matter regarding providing financial assistance without the banks help to those shifting from illicit liquor making to other alternative professions.

Hyderabad Police Commissioner M. Mahender Reddy will recommend to the government on getting amendments, changes to the existing Acts to control drugs, illicit seeds and other organised crimes. Intelligence Chief Navinchand will take the responsibility of forming a wing on the lines of counter intelligence to control the organised crimes.

DGP Anurag Sharma will take of the implantation of strategies to counter illicit seed supply, surprise raids on those making the illicit seeds. Excise Commissioner Chandravadan and Excise & Enforcement Director Akun Sabharwal will take the responsibility of in-depth investigation of the drugs cases and see that the guilty are punished.

Hyderabad and Warangal IGs Stephen Ravindra and Nagireddy will oversee the strategy to stop the drugs menace spreading to other cities and towns in the State.

Chief Secretary S.P. Singh with the help of Collectors finds out the places in and outside Hyderabad where the spurious seeds are made and take action.

The responsibility to identify and prepare a list of the corrupt officials and brining them to book is given to ACB DG Purnachandra Rao.

The responsibility to monitor constructions of new police offices, police stations, and employee quarters is given to Police Housing Corporation Chairman Sri Damoder Gupta and MD Sri Mallareddy.

Government’s Chief Advisor Rajiv Sharma will take care of strengthening the Excise department and the stringent action to be taken against the Drugs, Illicit liquor and Cannabis cases.

Agriculture Commissioner Jagan Mohan will take the responsibility of getting the results on the seeds test faster.

GHMC Commissioner Dr. B. Janardhan Reddy will take the responsibility of appointing food inspectors in Hyderabad to test the food items and help book cases against the guilty.

Home Minister Nayini Narsimha Reddy and Excise Minister Padma Rao have been given the responsibility to provide alternative employment to the illicit liquor makers from Dhoolpet and action to be taken to eradicate the menace. (INN)

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