Chief Minister extends helping hand to petitioners
It was a busy day for Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, where he met several visitors and responded immediately to pleas for help.
Amaravati: It was a busy day for Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, where he met several visitors and responded immediately to pleas for help.
What can be termed as a rare incident, one Durga Rao, who lost his both hands in a fire accident 15 years ago when Naidu himself helped him financially as then Chief Minister, met him again at the Secretariat. Durga Rao told the Chief Minister that he had completed graduation and requested him to provide a job so that he could lead a normal life.
Naidu, who responded positively, asked the officials to provide a job for Durga Rao in sports quota.The Chief Minister announced Rs 58,000 help for one Bathula Vijayalakshmi of Nandigama, who is suffering from post-operation complications when she met him in a wheel chair.
He assured of complete medical help from the government side and asked the officials to shift her safely in ambulance to her house. Naidu announced Rs 3 lakh help to 12-year-old Tejaswini, a native of Pamudurthi village of Bukkapatnam mandal in Anantapur district, who is suffering from thalassemia disease, a blood disorder which requires periodic transfusion of blood.
On listening to the plight of a couple from Vijayawada who recently had a premature baby, named Sudeepthi, Naidu announced Rs 5 lakh financial aid. Doctors told the poor couple that the baby needs photo therapy treatment in mechanical ventilation for which the expense will be huge.
Another patient Gurajala Nageswar Rao, a native of Eluru, sought help to undergo treatment for a type of cancer, for which the Chief Minister announced of Rs 2.5 lakh help. Naidu announced of Rs 3.5 lakh for Syed Noorjahan of Guntur who is suffering from congenial scoliosis.
One Valeti Deepika, who lost her both parents recently and staying at her grandparents’ home, asked the help of the Chief Minister to pursue studies. Responding to her plea, the Chief Minister handed over a cheque of Rs 1 lakh.