Separate Minorities Commissionerate to be formed in Andhra Pradesh
By TCN Staff Reporter,
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy has finally signed the file for the formation of separate Commissionerate for Minorities and given a green signal for the appointment procedure.
Govt. is forming a separate commissionerate for minorities like backward class commissionerate, to improve the performance of Minority Welfare Department and to effectively monitor the implementation of schemes and for speedy redressal of complains.
This major step by CM is taken on his 2nd anniversary in the office; in the background of Minorities finance corporation funds scandal and MIM charging him to be a communal and insensitive CM regarding minority welfare.
Chief Minister has already announced this measure during the presentation of budget 2012-13, a separate amount for the formation of commissionerate has also been sanctioned. A total of 69 posts will be created, the post of commissioner will be headed by a IAS or a IPS officer, also there will be seven posts of deputy directors and five posts of assistant directors other than that 56 other posts in different districts is being sanctioned.
It is expected that Minority welfare schemes will be monitored and implemented well with the formation of commissionerate, also Minority Welfare offices will be formed in every district for swift redressal of complains.
The separate head office is expected to be form in the Haj house building, and Minority Finance Corporation, Waqf Board, Urdu Academy, Hajj Committee and Christian Minority Corporation will work under the commissionerate after its formal formation.
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