A Telangana Cabinet meeting is to be held on May 28 to approve some important decisions like the new Revenue and Municipal Acts.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will chair the meeting.
The Cabinet is also to approve programs including Rythu Bandhu, Aasara and other schemes as the election code will end in the last week of this month. (The results of the general elections will be out on May 23, and elections for local bodies in Telangana will end on May 14.)
Chief Secretary S K Joshi has directed officials of various departments to give proposals and suggestions, and decisions to be taken by May 25, in preparation for the meet.
KCR has reportedly also taken a decision to hold Assembly and Council sessions for three days from May 29 to 31.
The Chief Minister is gung-ho about the new Revenue and Municipal Acts that he believes are people-friendly and will ensure corruption-free governance. The Cabinet is to approve these new Acts, and the bills will then be passed in the Assembly session.