Chief Whip D Vinay Bhaskar and Commissioner of Police A V Ranganath inspected Hanumakonda Chowrastha and Bus Station Junction to address traffic issues. They discussed the possibility of widening roads and identified parking areas. Vinay spoke with vendors and auto-rickshaw drivers in the area. They plan to resolve these issues after the Ganesh festivities. Local Corporator Vemula Srinivas, BRS leaders Chikati Anand, and Puli Rajanikanth were also present.
Vinay Bhaskar allocated a piece of land to the district fishermen cooperative society. The government will construct a community hall and set up skill development centers for the fishermen.
Vinay felicitated Harshavardhani and Keerthana, who got admission into the MBBS course. He provided Rs 25,000 each to support their educational expenses as they come from poor financial backgrounds. Vinay mentioned that Telangana has become a hub for medical education and is ranked third in the country for healthcare services. He highlighted that the government has opened nine new medical colleges, increasing the total to 26 from five in 2014. The number of medical seats has also increased from 2,850 to 8,516. Eight more government medical colleges will be opened next year. Vinay emphasized that poverty should not hinder access to education.