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    Telangana Minister Harish Rao Drives Rickshaw to Attend Siddipet Auto Society Meet – A Unique Gesture of Support for the Auto Drivers’ Community


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    Telangana finance minister T Harish Rao showed his support for the auto driver community by arriving at the Siddipet Auto Credit Cooperative Society meeting dressed in an auto driver’s uniform and driving an autorickshaw. During the meeting, he praised the services provided by auto drivers, calling them brand ambassadors of Siddipet due to their ability to carry out multiple tasks, such as safely transporting tourists, providing tour guidance, and even taking injured passengers to hospitals. To mark the fourth anniversary of the society, Harish Rao announced several initiatives, including increasing the credit limit to Rs 15,000 and enhancing the marriage incentive to Rs 5,000. He also promised to set up a petrol bunk for the auto drivers society and provide a permanent building, as well as an auto nagar. Additionally, he pledged prize money of Rs 25,000 for children of auto drivers who scored 10 out of 10 GPA in the SSC examination. In another announcement, Harish Rao revealed that the Nizamabad Government Medical College would soon be allocated 29 senior doctors to provide super speciality services to cater to the increasing number of patients in the district. He also stated that the Telangana government would recruit 40 specialised doctors to work in various departments in Mahabubnagar Government Medical College and Hospital due to the growing patient inflow. The minister emphasized that with new medical colleges and super speciality hospital services made available for the people in every district, patients no longer have to travel to big cities for quality medical care.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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