Hyderabad, Jan 15 (Hydnow): The Telangana government headed by Chief Minister Revanth Reddy appointed Suryadevara Prasanna Kumar as an advisor to the Telangana Legislature Secretariat. It is said that the appointment was made to make the functioning of the Assembly secretariat more efficient.
Kumar has experience of about 30 years in different posts in the Government of India, including 15 years in top constitutional offices. With his experience, he has expertise in the executive, legislature, and judiciary. He was selected by Legislative Council Chairman G.Sukhender Reddy and Speaker Gaddam Prasad Kumar. This appointment was made after Chief Minister Revanth Reddy stressed the need for a good change in legislative affairs. Kumar had worked as an officer on special duty to the Lok Sabha Speaker. He has coordinated with the media to disclose information relating to Parliament affairs to the people as per the directions of the past speaker. He has played a key role in starting the Lok Sabha TV channel under the leadership of the Speaker. He also worked as joint director and director in the office of the President and Chairman of the Rajya Sabha. For nearly three years, he worked as secretary to the Legislative Assembly of Delhi. Kumar also served the office of Chief Justice of India and Registry of the Supreme Court as OSD and Registrar. (Hydnow)
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