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    Gadwal: Chief Secretary Shanti Kumari on Saturday asked the area authorities to take all actions to prevent any type of hassle to individuals concerning obtain their eyes evaluated as component of the Kanti Velugu program. She urged that they offer high quality solutions to the general public besides eyeglasses to the clingy.

    The CS in addition to Medical as well as Health Secretary Rizvi as well as Family Welfare Commissioner Swetha connected with District Collectors through a video clip meeting on the recurring program as well as checked its development. The area clinical authorities discussed to the CS concerning the camps as well as the development since 19th as well as 20th ofJanuary As numerous as 3,81,426 examinations were performed as well as 97,335 individuals were offered with analysis glasses. The CS guided them to upgrade information concerning the eye camps every early morning at 9 45am. She inquired to depute quality assurance groups to check the camps. Collectors must keep track of the program as well as take suitable actions anywhere required for the success of the program. The CS additionally informed the authorities to perform unique camps for reporters, police, court team etc., by using the barrier groups in the following 15 days. District Collector Valluri Kranti educated that 6,158 eye testing examinations were done as well as 1,448 analysis glasses were dispersed. Additional Collector Apoorva Chauhan, DMHO Dr Sashikala, various other authorities took part in the meeting.

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