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    Lokesh vows unwavering support for Mangalagiri residents at Praja Darbar

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    Andhra Pradesh IT, Electronics, and Education minister, Nara Lokesh, assured the people of Mangalagiri that he would always stand by them. Lokesh participated in the Praja Darbar for the second consecutive day to gather information on the problems faced by the people of Mangalagiri. Many people from Mangalagiri attended the program and shared their issues with Lokesh.

    Representatives of the Andhra Pradesh Veugu Teachers Association asked Lokesh to regularize the services of 2,193 contract employees. A student named Jagadeesh requested the Minister to help clear fee reimbursement dues at Nuzvid college so he could retrieve his polytechnic certificate.

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    Non-teaching staff at Acharya Nagarjuna University wanted their retirement age extended to 62 years. Sheik Nazina sought financial assistance for her five-month-old nephew with a rare disease. K Kiran Babu from Tadepalli sought employment for himself and his sister Mounika, who both completed their MBA.

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    Physically challenged individual B Srinivasa Rao of Tadepalli expressed his struggle to find employment at 40 years old and requested livelihood support. Yerramsetti Sriramulu and Bothala Maruthi Prasad from Radha Ranga Nagar of Vaddeswaram asked for housing assistance as they do not own a home.

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    Anganwadi helper Kolanukonda Rajeswari from Vundavalli told Lokesh about her promotion being denied by the previous government and asked for his help in clearing her promotion file. Lokesh accepted these appeals and promised to take necessary actions to resolve the issues promptly.

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