Union minister ‘misguided’ Parliament on Anganwadis in Telangana: Satyavathi
Hyderabad: The TRS has actually affirmed that Union Minister Smriti Irani has actually ‘misguided’ Parliament by talking falsehood on working of the Anganwadi centres and also application of the Integrated Child Development Schemes (ICDS) in Telangana.
Reacting to Irani’s declaration in the Lok Sabha, in feedback to an inquiry by Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy, Women Development and also Child Welfare Minister Satyavathi Rathod stated on Sunday that the Congress leader had no standard info on the performance of Anganwadi centres.”The Union minister failed to see properly the information sent by the State government”
In feedback to the Union minister’s remark that the State government did not offer wheat to the Anganwadis, Satyavathi Rathod stated it was never ever a technique to provide wheat straight. ‘Balamrutham’, a nourishing supplement, was being offered to expectant ladies and also youngsters listed below 6 years, that typically concern the centres.
She stated the nourishing diet plan was established in organization with ICRISAT, NIN, UNICEF and also NITIAayog As an outcome, the State was best in preserving nourishment degrees amongst expectant ladies and also youngsters. The minister kept that given that the Centre did not provide wheat promptly throughout the previous year, the device preparing Balamrutham was shut. She insisted that Irani not just misguided Parliament, yet likewise dishonored the 24 lakh expectant ladies in theState
She stated the Centre offers Rs 2,700 as its share of gratuity for theAnganwadis The State government includes Rs 10,950 and also offers Rs 13,650. “The Central share has been decreased from 90 per cent to 60 per cent,” she mentioned. “The Central ministers speak differently when we meet them and talk something else in Parliament,” Rathod explained.