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‘Upliftment of poor from forward castes soon’

TRS MP K Kavitha on Sunday said that the State government would soon announce various welfare measures for the upliftment of economically backward people.

Published: 18th June 2018 06:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th June 2018 06:55 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

NIZAMABAD: TRS MP K Kavitha on Sunday said that the State government would soon announce various welfare measures for the upliftment of economically backward people belonging to Forward Castes (FCs). She said she would take the demand seeking constitution of a separate corporation for the

Arya Vaisya community people to take care of their welfare to the notice of CM K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Nizamabad District Arya Vaisya Mahasabha was held at a function hall on Sunday. During the programme, MLA B Ganesh Gupta’s father B Krishna Murthy assumed charge as the president of District Arya Vaisya Association. MP K Kavitha, elected representatives of the district, and several prominent personalities were present.

Addressing the gathering, Kavitha said, “Soon I will try to convene a meeting in the presence of the Chief Minister to discuss several issues with Arya Vaisya caste association leaders to extend a helping hand to poor people from the caste. I have already sanctioned `1 crore to the community hall. Now, I am sanctioning `50 lakh to students’ hostel. I will discuss with MLAs and MLCs to provide funds from `10 lakh to `20 lakh to construct community halls for Arya Vaisyas in every mandal headquarters.”



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