Hyderabad: Chief minister Revanth Reddy on Friday conducted the first public grievance meeting at Jyothi Rao Phule Praja Bhavan (formerly Pragathi Bhavan). Revanth interacted with the people who came all the way from Telangana to submit petitions over long pending problems. A special helpdesk was established there to register the grievances.
As promised before elections Revanth Reddy directed the officials to demolish the barricades arranged outside Pragathi Bhavan and turn it into Jyothi Rao Phule Praja Bhavan. He announced that the chief minister will meet the public every Friday at Praja Bhavan.
Revanth Reddy left to the secretariat to chair a key review meeting on the energy department and minister Anasuya Seethakka continued the public grievance program.
Public thanked the state government for the initiative and hoped that their grievances would be redressed at the earliest. Meanwhile, police faced difficulty in controlling the crowd. Authorities estimated that the crowd is very high on Friday since it is the first meeting.