The stage is set for the swearing-in ceremony of Anumula Revanth Reddy, who emerged victorious in the recent Telangana Assembly elections, as the new Chief Minister of the state on December 7. The event, scheduled for 1:04 PM, will take place at Hyderabad’s expansive LB Stadium. Amid preparations, State Chief Secretary A Santhi Kumari and DGP Ravi Gupta led a meeting with senior officials to coordinate arrangements, ensuring a seamless ceremony. The LB Stadium is expected to accommodate around one lakh attendees for the historic occasion.

Revanth Reddy, aged 56, extended an open invitation to the public, emphasizing the commencement of a ‘people’s government’ that pledges democratic and transparent governance. The charismatic leader expressed confidence in the public’s participation, highlighting the significance of their presence.

Notable national leaders, including Congress stalwarts Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and Deepender S Hooda, are slated to attend the swearing-in ceremony. Their arrival in Hyderabad was marked by a visit to Delhi airport, underscoring the high-profile nature of the event.

Revanth Reddy, the Chief Minister-designate and State Congress president, welcomed national party leaders arriving for the ceremony at Hyderabad airport. In anticipation of the prominent guests, state officials coordinated logistical arrangements for a smooth transition.

In his electoral promises, Revanth Reddy unveiled a comprehensive set of guarantees termed “Mahalakshmi,” “Rythu Bharosa,” “Gruha Jyothi,” “Indiramma Indlu,” “Yuva Vikasam,” and “Cheyutha.” These guarantees encompass various sectors, from financial assistance for women and farmers to housing, electricity, and educational benefits.

As the political landscape witnesses this significant transition, the swearing-in ceremony stands as a pivotal moment in Telangana’s political narrative. The leader’s commitment to democratic values and transparent governance sets the tone for his tenure, symbolizing a new era in the state’s political trajectory.

Amidst the political fervor, media reports suggest that Congress MLA-elect and CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka is likely to take oath as the deputy chief minister. The presence of prominent political figures, including Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar, adds a layer of significance to the event.

While security measures have been meticulously arranged to ensure the safety of VVIPs attending the ceremony, arrangements have been made to manage traffic and minimize inconvenience to the public. The swearing-in ceremony of Anumula Revanth Reddy represents a momentous occasion, reflecting the culmination of the electoral process and the initiation of a new chapter in Telangana’s political landscape.