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    KTR shares the story of Dalit Bandhu beneficiaries from driver to owner

    Shares a story of two beneficiaries of Dalit Bandhu who were drivers initially and now with the help of the scheme able to be...

    Wonderful Dalit Bonding Program

    Punjab Minister Baljeet Kaur Praises

    Inspection of Unit Files in Vasalamarri

    Turkapalli, June 17: Punjab State Minister Dr. Baljeet Kaur praised the Dalit Welfare Program being implemented by Chief Minister KCR in Telangana in a unique way in the country. She visited Vasalamarri village, a model village in Turkapalli Mandal of Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district, on Saturday. She inspected the unit files of Dalit beneficiaries in the village. She visited each unit in the village. She also discussed the financial condition of the Dalit beneficiaries and the current economic situation. After visiting the Dalit unit, she expressed her satisfaction that the beneficiaries are earning between Rs.40 to Rs.50 per month and explained it to her.

    Speaking on the occasion, Baljeet Kaur said that the families of Dalit beneficiaries are economically empowered. She said that she came here to study this program and entered it to achieve economic prosperity for Dalit families. She also mentioned that she has been impressed by the direction that Punjab is also implementing this program. The officials of Punjab state, Ramesh Kumar, Jaspreet Singh, Jagdish Sharma, Telangana Nodal Officer Ashish Kutiria, and Kishan from the State Scheduled Caste Development Branch were present.

    Miraculous Dalit Bonding Program

    Punjab Minister Baljeet Kaur Appreciates Unit Inspection in Vasaalamarri

    Turkapalli, June 17: Punjab State Minister Dr. Baljeet Kaur praised the Dalit Empowerment program being implemented by Chief Minister KCR in Telangana, calling it remarkable. On Saturday, she visited the village of Vasaalamarri in Turkapalli Mandal of Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district. She inspected the units of Dalit beneficiaries in the village. She interacted with each unit and inquired about their current financial situation and the impact of the program. After inspecting the Dalit units, she expressed satisfaction with the progress and mentioned that the beneficiaries are earning between Rs. 40 to Rs. 50 per month.

    Speaking on this occasion, Baljeet Kaur highlighted the economic strength of the families of Dalit beneficiaries and appreciated the program for achieving their economic empowerment. She mentioned that she came here to study this program and to implement it in Punjab as well. The officials from Punjab, Ramesh Kumar, Jaspreet Singh, Jagadeesh Sharma, Telangana nodal officer Ashish Kutirya, and officials from the Scheduled Caste Development Department were also present.

    (Please note that this translation is generated by an AI and may not be completely accurate.)

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