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Minister Galla launches Indiramma Kalalu in Chittoor
Tirupati: Minister for Mines and Geology Galla Aruna Kumari launched the 'Indiramma Kalalu Netiki Nijam' programme at Oteru village of Tirupati...
Tirupati: Minister for Mines and Geology Galla Aruna Kumari launched the 'Indiramma Kalalu Netiki Nijam' programme at Oteru village of Tirupati (Rural) mandal on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that in order to provide education, medical care to the SC/ST communities, the sub-plan has come to provide the legal status to the aspects. She said that the sub-plan will bring integrated development in the lives of the downtrodden sections of the SC/STs. She said that late Indira Gandhi strove for the uplift of the SC/STs, and the Kiran Kumar Reddy government had made the dreams come true. She said that as per the sub-plan, all the hamlets would be provided with cement roads, drinking water, Anganwadi centres, and community centres. The minister said that all the eligible families will be provided with house pattas. District Collector Solomon Arokia Raj said that the officials would hereafter reach the doorsteps of the people and complete the works as per their requirements. He also received petitions from the public. Later, the minister toured several hamlets at C. Ramapuram and Chandragiri mandals.