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    An awareness Rally was launched by M Veeresh, the leader of Loksatta party, at Nadinni village of Kalur Timman Doddi Mandal. The rally was organized by MB foundation and Hans Foundation to raise awareness about eradicating child labor.

    During the rally, M Veeresh, who is also a journalist, emphasized that the future of our nation depends on the education of today’s children. He stated that if children receive proper education and training, the future of the nation will be brighter. Unfortunately, the Nadi gadda area is known for child labor and lacks educational opportunities. Therefore, it is the responsibility of every citizen to work towards eradicating child labor in the district. M Veeresh urged both the civic society and officials to join hands in this effort.

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    The rally saw participation from members of MB foundation, Hans foundation, and other officials, as well as school children.

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