Janmabhoomi is aimed at outreach to beneficiaries
THE HANS INDIA |
Jan 04,2018 , 01:51 AM IST
Mamillapalle (Anantapur): Women Welfare Minister Paritala Sunitha has participated in the fifth phase of Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru programme at Ganthimarri and Mamillapalle villages in Raptadu Assembly constituency here on Wednesday.
Addressing the huge gathering, Sunitha said that the Janmabhoomi programme was aimed at reaching out to the last person on a saturation mode for extending welfare schemes including pensions, ration cards, houses and scholarships etc for students. The Janmabhoomi, she said, is a platform of people for redressal of grievances pertaining to welfare schemes and for development of villages.
The state is fortunate to have a visionary leader like Chandrababu Naidu as he despite financial constraints was trying to fullfil all promises made to people. On the last day of the Janmabhoomi programme, the Minister said ration cards and pensions etc will be disbursed and new applications also will be collected from people for future sanctions of economic assets.
She lauded the Chief Minister for supplying Krishna water to the district and filling all village tanks for irrigation of local agriculture lands. She also distributed ration cards to women and nutrition kits to children of ICDS programme on the occasion. Economic assets including tractors to farmers also were distributed to identifie beneficiaries. The 10-day long Janmabhoomi programme will conclude on January 11. APMIP Project DirectorVenkateshwarlu was also present.