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Tribal Welfare Top Priority on KCR Government's Agenda, Says Kavitha

Published: 20th October 2015 06:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th October 2015 06:49 AM   |  A+A-

NALGONDA:The TRS government in the state was working for the welfare of the tribal people, Nizamabad MP and Telangana Jagruthi founder-president K Kavitha has said.

Talking with reporters after participating in Bangaru Bhathukamma celebrations at Devarakonda on Monday, she said chief minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao was committed to the welfare of tribals who had been neglected in the united state of Andhra Pradesh. Kalyanalakshmi was launched for poor tribal brides, she said.

She assured that an awareness campaign would be launched against girl-child killings and sale of female infants. She said the government was giving priority to the water grid project to supply drinking water to every household in the state.  Once the project is completed, Nalgonda district will be rid of the 60-year-old   fluoride problem, she said.

Kavitha sang and danced with locals and tribals as part of the celebrations. A  large number of women from various parts of the Devarakonda Assembly constituency participated in the celebrations. Police made elaborate security arrangements during her visit.



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