Sunday, June 23, 2024

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    Speaker Pocharam calls for farmers’ rights to be recognized; Urges for courageous action.

    Speaker Pocharam calls for farmers' rights to be recognized; Urges for courageous action.

    DOST | Tremendous Response to DOST.. Students Thrilled to Join Government and Private Colleges

    DOST | Tremendous Response to DOST.. Students Thrilled to Join Government and Private Colleges

    Justice Sri Sudha | “Morality lies with the people… History is authentic to us”: High Court Judge Sri Sudha

    Justice Sri Sudha | Nizamabad Legal, June 17: Justice Sri Sudha, a High Court judge, stated that we should bring about physical changes that occur in both men and women, rather than considering them as abnormalities. She emphasized the need to utilize various welfare insurance schemes and highlighted their economic and risk benefits. She also mentioned that transgenders hold a special place in Indian ancient history and should be respected by everyone. She expressed these views as the chief guest at the seminar on "Postal Insurance Schemes - Utilization" organized by the District Legal Services Authority in Nizamabad Court premises on Saturday.

    It is known that Arjuna, in Mahabharata, transformed into Brihannala and experienced significant physical changes. History has shown us that transformations are authentic. It is necessary for the society today to accept and treat individuals who are experiencing physical changes with equality. Transgender individuals, who are talented, are actively contributing to national development. They mentioned that the Legal Services Authority is working towards changing their lives for the better to facilitate their progress by addressing their financial and social conditions. They stated that they are implementing various rehabilitation programs.

    In order to provide financial assistance to the needy, District Chief Justice Sunitha Kuncharla spoke about the cooperation of donors and informed about the benefits offered by postal insurance schemes. She mentioned that the Legal Services Authority is working towards the progress of sex workers and transgender individuals. After the seminar, senior civil judges Kanakadurga, Shaokat Jahan Siddiqui, Ravikumar, Srinivas, Nazreen Sultana, Shrikant Babu, Ajay Kumar Devan, junior civil judges Deepthi, Kushboo, advocates Gopikrishna, Rubina Fatima, Collector Chitramishra, Police Commissioner Madhusudan Rao, member of Telangana Bar Council Manthani Rajender Reddy, President of Nizamabad Bar Association Devi Das Chandak, Vice President Aasha Narayana, Chief Executive Officer Bagicharan, Legal Defense Council Rajkumar Subedar, Uday Krishna, Pramod, Shubham, Manik Raju, Superintendent Purushottam Goud, and Postal Assistant Manager Yavan were present.

    Speaker Pocharam | Importance of Providing Quality Healthcare Services to the Rural Areas: Speaker Pocharam

    Banswada (Kamareddy): Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy announced that the government has given more priority to the healthcare sector with the resolution to provide improved medical services to the people in the state. As part of the Telangana Formation Day celebrations, Speaker Pocharam conducted the Pattana Pragathi event at Professor Jayashankar Mini Stadium in Banswada town on Friday. The Speaker attended the event as the chief guest.

    Addressing the gathering, the Speaker spoke about the government's special focus on public health. He mentioned that the government has increased the number of deliveries through the KCR Kit scheme in government hospitals. It was also highlighted that pregnant women are being provided with nutritious food and nutrition kits through Anganwadi centers. The Speaker also emphasized that efforts are being made to provide quality healthcare services to the people by equipping hospitals with modern medical equipment.

    Explaining the progress made in the town in recent years, it was announced that the Pattana Pragathi event aims to inform people about the development works carried out in the town. It was stated that from 60 to 70 deliveries a month, the number has now increased to 400 to 500. After delivery, the mothers and babies are being transported to their homes free of cost through 102 ambulances. The Amma Odi program is also being implemented in the town, which is benefiting the people. The progress made in Banswada town was explained during the event. The Speaker had lunch with municipal employees.

    Speaker Pocharam leads Telangana ahead in development and welfare programs

    Banswada (Kamareddy): Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy stated that Telangana is leading the country in the implementation of development and welfare programs. The government approves a large amount of funds for the development and basic amenities in the villages. As part of the state formation day celebrations, the Palli Pragathi Dinotsavam was organized in Kollur village of Banswada rural mandal. In this program, the Speaker honored the cleanliness staff and addressed them.

    From 2004 to 2014, the previous governments spent Rs. 12,000 crores for basic needs in villages, whereas the Telangana government has spent Rs. 58,000 crores in just three years. They also mentioned that Rs. 36,000 crores were spent for providing drinking water to households. The construction of bridges cost Rs. 9,797 crores and CC roads cost Rs. 2,310 crores. He also announced that tractors and water tankers would be provided to every village. With the establishment of Palli Davakhans (primary health centers), CM KCR has taken healthcare to the next level.

    The Speaker explained the unique schemes introduced by the Telangana government, such as Kalyana Laxmi and Shaadi Mubarak, which provide financial assistance for weddings. He mentioned that the government is working with utmost sincerity for the welfare of all sections of society. He also stated that if Gujarat can charge meters for motors, then even Telangana can implement metering for motors as suggested by the Centre. He appreciated the Assembly for unanimously passing the resolution regarding not allowing euthanasia.

    He informed that water from Godavari through the Kaleshwaram project is being supplied to the Nizamsagar project. The Speaker inaugurated the construction of additional classrooms in Kollur village. They also inaugurated the construction of CC roads, drainage systems, Gram Panchayat building in Nagaram village, and Mudiraj Association building. The program was attended by Collector Jithender V Patil, District President of Rythu Bandhu, Raja Goud, DSP Jaganath Reddy, Mandal President Doda Niranjan Reddy, public representatives, officials, and leaders.



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