Limca Book of Records recognises TS feat
An intensive household survey conducted by the Telangana State government in August 2014 has entered into the Limca Book of Records.
Hyderabad: An intensive household survey conducted by the Telangana State government in August 2014 has entered into the Limca Book of Records. The massive exercise had involved as many as 4 lakh government employees who covered over 1.09 crore households on a single day between 7 AM and 8 PM, an official release stated on Thursday.
The survey, to gather information on households, educational qualifications of their members, their post office savings, bank account details, mobile phone numbers, Aadhaar card numbers and gas connection details, was ordered immediately after K Chandrashekar Rao took charge of the youngest state in 2014.
The CM had earlier said the data collected in the survey would be used to identify the real beneficiaries of the government welfare schemes. Ahead of the survey, allegations were raised in some quarters that the exercise had been planned with a view to identifying Seemandhra natives, which were rubbished by the Chief Minister. It was also proved that the survey was intended to ensure that the welfare scheme reach the deserved.