Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has instructed authorities concerned to formulate new acts to provide corruption and hassle free services to the people at Revenue department offices, Municipalities and local bodies in the state.
"In Revenue offices, Municipalities and Village Panchayats people should be able to get their works done without bribing anyone. For this, effective and strong Acts are to be formulated.
Unfortunately, due to the irresponsibilities of political parties the local self-government system have degenerated," the release quoted the chief minister saying Friday.
KCR held a high-level review meeting at Pragathi Bhavan this afternoon on formulation of a new Revenue and Municipal Act.
Layout permissions, assessment of properties and other such regulated works have to be carried out by the team headed by the IAS officer, who will be the Collector or District Administrative Officer, he added.
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