Hyderabad, Dec 9 (Hydnow): The new boss in town, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, has made a big move. He just sacked seven advisors who used to work as advisors to the KCR government.
Those who lost their jobs include Somesh Kumar, who was the top advisor to the Chief Minister, and Rajiv Sharma, who was the main advisor for the government. Others who got the boot include AK Khan, GR Reddy, Anurag Sharma, Chennamaneni Ramesh, and R Shobha.
Revanth Reddy never liked these advisors, especially Somesh Kumar. He said they were too close to KCR and cost the state heavily in terms of financial aspects. He also said they were involved in a big scam with a website called Dharani.
Revanth Reddy has promised to do things differently and get rid of corruption. He says he will choose new advisors who are honest and will help him make Telangana a better place. (Hydnow)
District Collector Ila Tripathi issued an order declaring a four-day holiday, starting February 21 for both government and private educational institutions across Mulugu district.
The Hyderabad Traffic Police has come up with a new plan to ease traffic congestion in the city. As part of this plan, the police have imposed some restrictions on entry and exit as well as parking of vehicles based on their type.
A three-member drug peddling gang operating from Odisha was busted and arrested by the bachupally police in Nizampet on Wednesday. Officials seized about 6.5 kgs of marijuana worth Rs. 2.1 lakh from them.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday gave 15 days more till March 15, 2024, to Paytm Payments Bank Ltd (PPBL) to stop deposits, credit transactions, or top-ups in any customer accounts, wallets, and FASTags, keeping in view the interest of customers, including merchants.
Chief Minister Revanth Reddy said that his government will undertake a caste census program for political, social, and educational development. He said that soon a door-to-door survey will be conducted to take up the caste census.