Health Minister distributes 140 sewing machines in Jadcherla
Health Minister Dr C Laxma Reddy distributed 140 high-end sewing machines for free to tailors, commemorating Tailor’s Day on Wednesday at a function...
Mahbubnagar: Health Minister Dr C Laxma Reddy distributed 140 high-end sewing machines for free to tailors, commemorating Tailor’s Day on Wednesday at a function held at Chandra Gardens in Jadcherla. The sewing machines were sponsored by Cherlakola Narayan Reddy (CNR) Foundation, founded by the Health Minister in the name of his father late C Narayan Reddy and brother late Narasihma Reddy.
Speaking on the occasion, the Health Minister said, “The happiness that we get while serving people is immense, and I am happy that I am in politics, as it is the right platform to serve people at my best.”
Adding further, the Minister said Chief Minister K Chandrasehara Rao has been working tirelessly for the uplift of downtrodden. “At a time when the traditional employment in rural villages was slowly dying and people were struggling to earn a living, it is our beloved Chief minister who had thought about such section of people and accordingly, had envisaged schemes and programmes to uplift the communities.
For Golla Kuruma communities, the Chief Minister has distributed sheep, for fishermen, he has rejuvenated the lakes and supplied fish seed and for poor farmers, apart from supplying 24-hour power supply, the Chief Minister has designed scheme to provide input capital from the coming Kharif season. In this way, every section of society has gained from the schemes and programmes of TRS government,” enumerated the Health Minister.
Giving further information on the social service by the CNR Foundation, the Minister said since established in 2016, the CNR Foundation has taken up various works for the betterment of poor and downtrodden in the district. “Last year, we have provided 45-day free coaching to Group-2 to 500 students, provided skills training to those appearing for job melas and also installed Reverse Osmosis water purification centres in various villages which are struggling to get drinking water.
Not only these, we have also taken up health camps in villages and conducted free eye check-ups for the old aged besides extending diagnostic services to women for screening breast cancer. For those indentified with risk conditions are also being provided free treatment in corporate hospitals with the help of the government,” informed the Minister.