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    During the swearing-in ceremony of the new working group of Nizamabad District Arya Vysya Mahasabha in Nizamabad on Sunday, MLA Ganesh Bigala made several announcements regarding the development of the Arya Vysya community.

    One of the major announcements was that the government would provide Rs 1.5 crore towards the construction of a hostel for Arya Vysya students who come from far-away places to study at Nizamabad district headquarters. This move will provide much-needed support to students who often struggle to find affordable and safe accommodation while pursuing their education.

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    MLA Ganesh Bigala also spoke about the dilapidated state of the Nizamabad Urban Arya Vysya Sangam building, which was built over 70 years ago. He informed the audience that the government had sanctioned Rs 1.5 crore for a new building, and he would ensure its completion soon. In memory of his father Bigala Krishna Murthy, he had donated Rs 25 lakh to the Nizamabad Town Society in addition to the construction of the building.

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    The MLA also announced that he would donate Rs 11 lakh to the district society in the memory of his father, who was the district president of the Arya Vysya Mahasabha. The lack of land had delayed the proposed new building, but now with government support, it would become a reality.

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    In addition to these announcements, MLA Ganesh Bigala informed the audience that the state government had allocated 5 acres in Hyderabad for the accommodation of Vysyas coming from different districts. He vowed to work hard for the upliftment of the community and was joined by Telangana Arya Vysya Mahasabha state leaders Amaravadi Lakshmi Narayana Gupta, Renikindi Ganesh Gupta, Venkatesh Gupta, Dhanpal Suryanarayana Gupta, and others at the ceremony.

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