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GAIL promises skill development centre

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GAIL on Tuesday organised a get-together of about 200 people at Mamidikuduru village in East Godavari district on the auspicious occasion of the Sankanti festival. Keeping line with the tradition of the Sankranti festival, new clothes, grocery items and materials of puja were distributed to the families gathered.

Gifts mobile medical van to Mamidikuduru in EG district

Rajahmundry: GAIL on Tuesday organised a get-together of about 200 people at Mamidikuduru village in East Godavari district on the auspicious occasion of the Sankanti festival. Keeping line with the tradition of the Sankranti festival, new clothes, grocery items and materials of puja were distributed to the families gathered. It also launched a medical mobile van for the village and nearby areas in the East Godavari region. The medical mobile van was intended to cover about 10 villages in a week in the region.

Deputy Chief Minister N Chinarajappa, ZP Chairman Rambabu, MLA P Narayana Murthy, GAIL General Manager M V Iyer distributing new clothes, grocery items and materials to people at Mamidikuduru village in East Godavari on Tuesday.

GAIL General Manager (O&M, KG basin) M V Iyer said the company would always give top priority for the well-being of the people of the region and added that a dedicated team was deployed in Rajahmundry for implementing various initiatives announced by the company. He said the GAIL had already undertaken corrective action to secure the trust and confidence of all stakeholders after the tragedy at Nagaram village, killing and maiming several people.

He said a skill development Centre would soon come up in Nagaram village and it was intended for providing continual development support to people at large. The centre would be established at a cost of of Rs 11 crore. He further said GAIL was also spending Rs 5 crore on development of infrastructure facilities in and around Nagaram, including upgrading the facilities of the PHC in Nagaram and Razole, besides replacement of filter beds in Mamidikuduru mandal, construction of boundary walls of government schools, installation of RO plants in 40 villages at a cost of over Rs 2.50 crore. Deputy Chief Minister N China Rajappa, ZP Chairman Rambabu, MLA P Narayana Murthy and others also took part.

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