Bharat Jagruthi president and MLC Kalvakuntla Kavitha has demanded the introduction of the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament. Kavitha, who recently held a day-long hunger strike and organised a round table discussion with various political parties and organisations in New Delhi, stated that Bharat Jagruthi will intensify its agitation in support of the Women’s Reservation Bill. As part of its action plan, Bharat Jagruthi will conduct various programmes, including a missed call and postcard campaign and organising meetings with academicians and professors at colleges and universities across the country.
The Siddipet integrated veg and non-veg market has secured an ISO mark for making available all items, including fresh vegetables, and maintaining hygiene and a comprehensive working system.
The Telangana High Court’s division bench has issued notices to the Chief Election Commissioner, Chief Electoral Officer, State Election Commission, and the Commissioner, Panchayati Raj department, directing them to respond to notices by April 20, furnishing reasons for not holding elections to local bodies as the last polls were held in 2019.
The Telangana government has decided to pay Rs 12,718.40 crore true-up charges to Discoms, providing major relief to power consumers. There will not be any change in the retail supply tariff for the financial year 2023-24. Additionally, power tariff for religious structures such as temples, masjids, churches, gurudwaras, and crematoriums has also reduced.
The Telangana Government’s effort to strengthen the health sector has yielded positive results. Four districts – Nizamabad, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Hanumakonda, and Khammam – have received awards for their progress in eliminating TB at the “One World TB Summit.” The summit was organised by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare at Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh on Friday on the occasion of World TB Day.