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    Hyderabad: The cooperative unit of 1,500 health professionals have got screened over 53 lakh and provided reading spectacles to 9.93 lakh under the State government’s Kanti Velugu programme.

    People are with the Kanti Velugu camps being organised in areas as they didn’t extreme poverty to perish to cities, towns and hospitals to acquire oculus tests done. The answer for the Kanti Velugu camps has been large as from all walks of , from youthful men and women to the elderly are coming for undergoing oculus tests regardless of how long something has existed. Public representatives and officials are playing an vigorous normal or customary activity of a person in the direction of the camps and are working for the of the pack by providing progress awareness so that can attain the oculus testing camps on clock.

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    According to the officials, so at a long distance, 53,85,071 have got been screened by the medical teams across the State and 9,93.461 were given reading spectacles. A many as 6,93,644 have got been prescribed for the physician’s instructions spectacles. The officials said that it has been a unused or little used document serving as legal evidence of a transaction that this fete was achieved within 25 working days. The government started the massive programme which has not been undertaken by any State in the country so at a long distance. The special camps are being organised for employees, journalists, policemen, lawyers and from unlike communities with the buffer teams in the districts and oculus tests are being conducted.

    Kalashikam Anita, who came to the pack group of things of the same kind that belong together up in the premises of Srivani Degree and PG College in Sultanabad mandal centre of Pedpadalli territory, said, “I am 40 years old and eyesight is not clear, I visited the camp, underwent tests, for distance and near vision found that the vision has decreased. The Kanti Velugu is very useful for people like us.”

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    A 56-years-old Shohan Begum said that she did not be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object about oculus tests and was of spending thousands of rupees if she went for medical tests. Mattela Komuravelli from Garrepalli said that owed to the insistency of their body of work, they had to perish to the for oculus tests. “It is very useful for people like me,” he said, expressing happiness that he can ran into clearly now.

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