Hyderabad: Putting all speculations to rest, chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao said there is no bird flu in Telangana
The CM asked the officials to be alert as the Bird Flu is spreading in the country at various places. "The Bird flu is spreading due to the migratory birds. There is no bird flu in the State," he said
The CM instructed Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to hold a meeting with Ministers, officials, and other experts concerned on Tuesday and discuss the preventive measures.
KCR also instructed that promotions should be given in all the departments immediately. "It is only after giving the promotions, vacancies position in the departments would be known," he said.
The CM instructed the Collectors to submit reports about the vacancies in their respective districts. He also instructed that within a week all the postings under the compassionate grounds should be completed.
KCR said that the Haritha Haram programme is being successfully implemented all over the state and it was receiving appreciation from all sections of the society.
"Forest Survey of India report stated that there was 3.67 percent increase in greenery in the state for the past three years due to Haritha Haram. Top priority should be given for the revival of forests besides increasing social forestry. Timber smuggling should be totally eradicated and the PD act should be used against the smugglers," he said.
KCR said Urban Forest Blocks are being developed at 90 places and wanted forest areas near the urban areas should be developed as the Urban Parks. The CM congratulated Forest Minister Indrakaran Reddy, PCCF Shobha, Principal Secretary (Forests) Santha Kumari and other forest officials for successfully conducting the Haritha Haram.
The CM declared that the Kamareddy district stood first by planting 127 percent trees and congratulated Collector Sharath. The CM also congratulated Yadadri Kothagudem District Collector MV Reddy for planting record 1.06 crore saplings.