Sangareddy: With an objective to reach out to each and every tribal family in Sangareddy district and to know whether they are benefiting from the welfare schemes introduced by the government, District Collector M Hanumantha Rao has decided to launch ‘Tanda Bata’.
“It aims to take administration to the doorstep of Lambada tandas, which did not get the required attention in the past since the officials had a huge area to cover before the reorganisation of districts,” the Collector said.
Speaking to ‘Telangana Today’, Rao said under the programme, each officer would visit two to three habitations. Saying that Sangareddy district has 75 tandas, Rao said he along with all department officials, would take part in the programme.
Stating that they would note down all issues being faced by villagers, the Collector said once noted, the problems would be divided department wise and would be assigned to officials concerned.
Earlier it was difficult to reach people living in remote places, that’s why Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s decided to create smaller districts to decentralise the administration, which would help officials reach and every citizen.
He said officials would try to resolve issues related to granting of pensions and other welfare schemes on the spot. Besides taking stock of the issues, Rao said they would also take the opportunity to educate the people. “We will create awareness on girl child education and stopping child marriages,” he said.
Literacy rate, sanitation, greenery and other areas needed improvement at tandas, Rao said.