Mulugu/Jayashankar Bhupalpally: Minister for Tribal, Women and Child Welfare Satyavati Rathod has directed the officials to take steps to ensure that all children in the districts attend schools from September 1.
Speaking at a review meeting at Mulugu District Collector’s office with officials of both Mulugu and Jayashankar Bhupalpally districts on Thursday, she said officials should take all precautions to ensure that children do not contract novel coronavirus in schools. “The water tanks must be cleaned in all the schools. There should be no interruption in water supply to the toilets. Sanitation work should be completed and care should be taken to prevent the seasonal diseases,” she said.
Referring to the preparation of the health profile of the people, Satyavthi has thanked Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for selecting Mulugu district under the pilot project in the Health Profile project.
“Everyone in the district will get their health profile under this project. This health profile card is going to be very useful in case of emergency,” she added.
“We are giving Rs 1000 to each of the 35,700 Anganwadi Centres in the state for the benefit of the pregnant women, lactating mothers and children,” she said. Speaking on providing irrigation facility in the district, the minister directed the irrigation engineering officials to prepare proposals immediately to ensure water for each acre in Mulugu district.” Meanwhile, seven retrofitted motorized vehicles, three tricycles, four battery-operated wheelchairs, one 4G smartphone and four artificial limbs were handed over to the differently-abled persons on the occasion.
Mahabubabad MP Maloth Kavitha, ZP chairman Kusuma Jagadish, MLA Gandra Venkataramana Reddy, Collector S Krishna Aditya, Additional Collectors Adarsha Surabhi, Rizwan Basha Shaik of Bhupalpally, Mulugu RDO Rama Devi and other officials attended the meeting.
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