MONEY MATTERS

India Today|March 02, 2020

MONEY MATTERS
For now, KCR is betting on efficiency to rescue the state’s finances
Amarnath K. Menon

Telangana chief minister K. Chandrashekar Rao is reforming the state’s revenue administration, ushering in a new unified revenue law. As a first step, he has restructured the district administration: instead of being assisted by a single deputy collector, district collectors will now be supported by two additional collectors, one of whom will attend exclusively to local bodies while the other will be tasked with making panchayats more efficient.

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March 02, 2020