Compared to other Chief Ministers in the country, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandra Sekhar Rao seems to be so active in taking the prevention measures of COVID-19 spread.
With regular press meets and hard-hitting statements to the media, he showed off and marketed the policies adopted by his government extensively and even advised the Prime minster, Modi, for the extension of the lockdown before anyone else.
With this active participation of KCR, the Telanganites hoped that the COVID-19 will get restricted in their state very soon but the contrary is happening.
KCR who said that his government will prevent the COVID-19 spread by April 25th if no incident like Nizamuddin Markaz occurs, is in a very confusing situation with the rapid growth of positive cases in Telangana.
Most importantly, the planning adopted by the TRS government hasn’t been effectively implemented his team and concerning officials.
Though they have traced many of the Markaz returnees, the failure in finding their contacted persons resulted in exponential growth in the Positive cases.
KCR needs to personally monitor the system in this crucial face as there are only 6 days left for the day he promised the state people of considerable improvement.