MB officials told to complete pending works by Mar 5
District Collector M Prasanti directed the Mission Bhagiratha officials to complete the pending works by March 5 as Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will inaugurate the scheme to benefit people of five mandals.
Nirmal: District Collector M Prasanti directed the Mission Bhagiratha officials to complete the pending works by March 5 as Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will inaugurate the scheme to benefit people of five mandals.
She toured Kadem mandal on Wednesday and inaugurated horticulture department office at Lachchan Yellapur in the mandal. She enquired about the mulberry cultivation in the sericulture center and subsidies being extended to farmers.
She monitored the progress of Mission Bhagiratha works. Later, she went on a boat trip at the boating point and inspected the cagey culture of growing fish and enquired about the subsidies being given to grow fish in the system and the revenue generated from the cagey culture.
Fishermen sought an additional 10 per cent subsidy on the existing 80 per cent subsidy. Later, she proceeded to fishlings growing center. On learning about poor progress in the growth, she gave ultimatum to private individuals, who are entrusted with the task of growing fishlings, and asked them to show progress within a month.
The Collector inspected the social forestry department’s nursery. She expressed satisfaction over the growing saplings and directed the forest department personnel to grow plants in all vacant spaces. Later, she proceeded to Ambaripeta, where construction of individual sanitary latrines is going on.
She wanted the officials to ensure that Nirmal district becomes 100 per cent open-defecation free by October 2. Mission Bhagiratha Divisional Engineer Venkatapati, horticulture official Narsaiah, fisheries department official Balakrishna, MPDO Vilas Kumar Goud, Tahsildar Narsaiah, Assistant project officer Shravan Kumar and others took part in the programme.
By: Singari Kishan