Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao attended the Collectors meeting in Hyderabad's Pragati Bhavan on Tuesday. While addressing the meeting he said that on March 11, Pattadar passbooks should be distributed in all the villages and for this purpose a Nodal Officer should be appointed in every village. Telangana chief minister instructed to all elected representatives, Collectors, joint Collectors, speaker, deputy Speaker, Council Chairman, Vice Chairman, Ministers, MLAs, MLCs, ZP Chairpersons, ZPTC members, Mandal Presidents to take part in the programme. He also added that the state government would release the required funds for organising the programme. A separate vehicle should be organised for every village to supply the passbooks. During the Collectors meeting Rao also spoke about Panchayat Raj elections, Panchayat Raj roles and responsibilities and Amendments to Municipal Acts. The meeting was attended by Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali, state Finance Minister Etela Rajendra, state home minister Nayani Narsimha Reddy, district collectors, joint collectors, Panchayat Raj officers and other dignitaries.