Taking the ongoing spat between AP government and T-government to the next level, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday said all the existing rules, regulations should be revamped and stressed the need to look into the legislation's framed by previous governments of undivided Andhra Pradesh. The move is claimed to bring drastic changes in governance and thus to speed up the development activities in Telangana region.
"Throw out the old laws and make new laws which are people friendly and industry and trader friendly," KCR told the group of Ministers, advisers who had gathered at the MC HRD institute this morning to a brainstorming session of rebuilding Telangana. KCR directed the administrators and experts that new laws should provide strong foundation for development in Telangana. "All old formulas and precedents and methods were totally rooted out." he said.
The point KCR need to understand is that framing of new laws, rules won't bring major changes unless and until the way officials, bureaucrats and politicians work. It's not just creating the laws but the real challenge lies in the implementation of laws. Let's see how far KCR's latest move yield.