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    CS Shanti Kumari | As part of the Telangana Formation Day celebrations, CS Shanti Kumari is conducting a progress program for the construction of Panchayat buildings. In this context, CS Shanti Kumari informed that foundation stones have been laid for newly planned Panchayat buildings in the state. CS conducted a teleconference with collectors on the Formation Day celebrations. On the 15th of this month, she inaugurated the progress program for Panchayats, on the 16th the city progress program, and on the 17th she will be conducting the tribal festival. Approved gram panchayat buildings are being constructed and representatives are establishing foundations.

    In the progress program of the villages and in the state capital, it was ordered to be conducted extensively. Banners were sent to each village for the establishment of six types of banners. Banners were sent to Gram Panchayats to inform about village-to-village, family-to-family, LED plus, sanitary workers in the Gram Panchayat premises, progress reports, and state-level progress reports. They mentioned that rallies will be held in Gram Panchayats to honor sanitation workers. They also explained about honoring the best Sarpanches in Ravi Bharati’s main program.

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    City Progress on the 16th

    On the 16th of this month, in the city progress program being conducted across all urban municipalities in the state, CS informed that they are honoring the best municipal employees. Rallies are being conducted in each municipality and they mentioned about explaining TSBPAPA in detail. They mentioned that the progress made by local institutions in recent years will be highlighted. They requested that municipal vehicles be decorated. They mentioned about conducting the city progress program at Shilpakala Vedika in Hyderabad. They mentioned that ward offices newly set up in Hyderabad will be inaugurated by ministers, MPs, MLAs, MLCs, and corporate representatives. They mentioned about presenting booklets and videos showcasing the progress made in GHMC limits.

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    Tribal Festival on the 17th

    On the 17th, the state is conducting a tribal festival and CS mentioned that they will be honoring tribal Sarpanches and representatives. They mentioned that permissions have been granted for the construction of 1,216 gram panchayat buildings in the state and ground-breaking ceremonies are being held for the construction of these buildings. They announced that the tribal festival program is being conducted in 3,146 tribal villages, Bhadrachalam, Eturnagaram, Utnoor ITDA. They mentioned about displaying progress reports and conducting cultural programs and requested collectors to participate. They congratulated the collectors on successfully organizing the Formation Day celebrations held so far. The teleconference was attended by Sandeep Kumar Sultania, Chief Executive Officer of the Panchayat Raj Department, Sudarshan Reddy, Chief Executive Officer of the Municipal Department, Lokesh Kumar, Commissioner of GHMC, Kishore, Endowment Commissioner, Christina Chongthu, Chief Executive Officer of Tribal Welfare Department, and district collectors.

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