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State committed to anganwadis development: Shilpa Pradyumna
Shilpa Pradyumna, wife of district collector P S Pradyumna, has made a surprise visit to Thavanampalli anganwadi centre on Saturday and enquired over the functioning of centre.
Chittoor: Shilpa Pradyumna, wife of district collector P S Pradyumna, has made a surprise visit to Thavanampalli anganwadi centre on Saturday and enquired over the functioning of centre.
It may be recalled here that Shilpa Pradyumna had already adopted Bangarupalaem anganwadi centre and donated required furniture for children and mothers of centre.
Speaking to mothers and children of anganwadi centre at Thavanapalli , Shilpa Pradyumna reiterated that the government was committed to the development of anganwadi centres providing all the infrastructure in a phased manner.
“Lactating women, pregnants and children were given maximum assistance and care besides providing nutritional food in anganwadi centres. It is the duty of anganwadi workers to educate illiterate women particularly the tribals.
The state will convert anganwadi centres into pre-schools,” she added. She stressed that anganwadi workers should make public to involve in their activities. She visited anganwadi centres situated at Gollapalli, Ponnedupalli and Irala.