Uppal: The Most Backward Community (MBC) Chairman T Srinivas along with the other locals of Uppal garlanded the statue of Swami Vivekananda on his 155th birth anniversary. About 100 members participated in the event.
Addressing the gathering T Srinivas said, “The teachings of Swami Vivekananda give us an insight as to how to lead a simple and dignified life while serving the people in society”.
He further added, “Celebrating the birth anniversary of legendary Swami Vivekananda means that we take a pledge every year to make sure that we incorporate his ideals in our lives and strive towards a bright future of our life and of the country.”
Post programme the MBC Chairman T Srinivas inaugurated calendar of 2018 of Vishwakarma Sangam with their volunteers. During his course of interaction with the volunteers, T Srinivas told the youth not to forget the rich history of their caste, as to how Veerabrahmendra swamy was born in their caste and had contributed greatly to the spreading of goodness in the society.
He also highlighted the important schemes launched by the Chief Minister to promote the well being of the people. Some of the schemes included the allocation of Rs 1000 crore budget to the Most Backward Community people of Telangana towards their developmental works, opening of 119 government schools across the state of Telangana to ensure that the children belonging to this caste get proper education and Kalyana Lakshmi schemes under which newly married women are given a financial aid of Rs 75,000 which has benefitted the girls from their community on a large scale.
T Srinivas was later seen interacting with the locals of Uppal belonging to their community, and assured them that he would be personally looking into the problems which they have given representation and ensure that it is taken care of on an immediate basis.