Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has taken charge of the state’s health ministry amid a worrying number of Kovid-19 cases across the country.
The development was made by the Chief Minister after he directed an inquiry into allegations of land grabbing against Health Minister Itala Rajendra.
On Saturday, the Governor of Telangana, on the advice of the Chief Minister, shifted the portfolio of medical, health and family welfare from Etala to KCR with immediate effect, the Secretary to the Governor, Dr.
After taking charge, Chief Minister Rao directed Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to be very vigilant about the severity of Kovid-19 in the state, asking him to review the matter three times a day and personally monitor the situation.
A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office (CMO) said, “The Secretary has directed the Secretary to ensure that injections like remedicative, vaccine, oxygen and injections in the hospital do not cause any problem”.
The Chief Minister has directed his Secretary Rajasekhara Reddy to monitor the coronavirus epidemic regularly from the CMO. He further directed that all top officials of the medical and health departments should exercise high vigilance and work effectively to free the state from the clutches of the corona as soon as possible.
The state government a Night curfew Which has been extended to 5 a.m. on May 8th. The statewide night curfew takes effect at 9 pm and continues till 5 am.
Opponents raise their voices
Following the Chief Minister’s inquiry order, Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao on Saturday demanded a detailed probe against all the leaders involved in various illegal activities.
“For the first time, the CM of Telangana Who is Chandrasekhar Rao “There are allegations against a permanent minister that the Telangana health minister was involved in a land grab case and the KCR has ordered a detailed inquiry into the matter,” Rao said.
He added, “Itila Rajendra said he was ready for a permanent judge’s investigation and hearing.”
The Congress leader further said that even before the incident, there were many allegations against the ministers of the ruling Telangana State Association (TRS).
“Although the chief minister did not visit a single Kovid-19 victim and did not bother about it, on the other hand, Itala was always active and visited various hospitals regularly,” he said.