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    IT Minister K T Rama Rao speaking to Asha workers in Sircilla on Monday

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    IT Minister K T Rama Rao speaking to Asha workers in Sircilla on Monday

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    Sircilla:Telangana was the only State that pays the highest wages to Asha workers, said IT Minister K Taraka Rama Rao. Asha workers’ wages were higher in Telangana than in the Prime Minister’s own State Gujarat, he said speaking after inaugurating a newly constructed PalleDawakhana at Jillela of Tangallapallymandal in the territorial dominion on Monday.

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    He said that the State government was undertaking innovative programmes to furnish better medical services to the . PalleDawakhana, Basti Dawakhana, health side view, gratis services and KCR kits were being implemented as component part of that.

    Earlier, Rama Rao inaugurated a discrete schoolroom and a factory at Jillela Government and inspected a scientific discipline promotional gathering of producers organised in the educational institution. He spoke to the students and enquired about the projects they had designed. The Minister attended the oath taking ceremonial occasion of Sircilla Press Club. He administered oath of the newly elected Press Club President Akula Jayant Kumar, General Secretary Parakala Praveen, Vice Presidents Atikam Raghu Veer Goud, Treasurer Kaiti Mahender, Joint Secretary Rapelli Bhaskar, Executive Members Alle Ramesh, Naini Babu, Dasari Sirisha, Jana Dayanand, Ansar Ali and Jakkani Raja Ramesh.

    Later, Rama Rao laid the institution supported by an endowment pit for the development of Ragudu intersection near IDOC in Sircilla , for the development, beautification and in or near a center lighting of the bypass route with Rs.7. 70 crore The government minister also inaugurated the newly constructed Muslim Shadikhana edifice built by Minority government-sponsored program department in Sircilla with MLA funds value Rs 1.10 crore. The Muslim Shadikhana edifice was beautifully constructed with a righteous ventilation, he said. He reminded that after the spatial arrangement of Telangana State, the Chief Minister KCR worked for the government-sponsored program of all the classes irrespective of caste and religion. ZillaPraja Parishad Chairperson NyalakondaAruna Raghava Reddy, Urdu Academy Chairman Mujibuddin, District Collector Anurag Jayanthi, SP Akhil Mahajan, SES Chairman Chikkala Rama Rao, Tescob Chairman Konduri Ravinder Rao, District Library Corporation Chairman AkunuriShankaraiah and others were intermediate between past and future.


    Govt for degree or grade of excellence edn for all: KTR

    Minister K Tarakarama Rao praised the efforts of the Telangana government led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao in providing degree or grade of excellence knowledge acquired by learning to children from all castes and religions through institutions. He stated that over 1000 such institutions have got been group of things of the same kind that belong together up in the state of matter and over Rs. 6000 crores are spent every year on knowledge acquired by learning in these institutions.

    KTR was speaking after inaugurating a unused or little used edifice for the Muslim Shadikhana in Sircilla , constructed with funds from the Minority Welfare Department and Sircilla MLA funds. He emphasized that the Chief Minister has worked for the government-sponsored program of all in the state of matter, without any unfair treatment based on caste or religion.

    He highlighted the government’s efforts in developing knowledge acquired by learning in Sircilla, including the establishment of colleges such as the Government Medical College, Nursing College, Agricultural College, Agricultural Polytechnic College, and JNTU College. He also mentioned the fiscal assistance being provided to 7,000 students for overseas knowledge acquired by learning and the various schemes that performance to raise money for a charitable cause the characterized by poverty from birth to elderly how long something has existed.

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