Bapatla officials increase vigilance measures by installing cautionary boards, providing safety guidelines for tourists venturing into the sea
The collector expressed discontent over the pending petitions and instructed officials to work with accountability and determination to fulfill their duties effectively.
Two youths were rescued after they were swept away by high tides
The district RTC officials are also taking special measures to run the bus services to be available for government school students.
On this occasion, the police also conducted an awareness programme on the laws and the punishments involved in illegal drug peddling cases to the workers.
District Collector Ranjith Bhasha directed the officials to conduct awareness programmes for the parents and educate them on the importance of their children’s education.
Over 220 units in the district have been brought under the tax slab system and the district mining department officials are taking necessary action to make sure the remaining units are also included.
The State govt will set up the unit in 280 acres at a cost of Rs 186 crore
According to the officials, a few villagers of Ipurupalem near Chirala town in Bapatla district observed the broken track while walking past it.
He received as many as 48 complaints from the people through Spandana grievance programme.
A total of 10 skilled divers are deployed at Suryalanka Beach round-the-clock to rescue the people who get caught in the sea currents.
The Disha App was created by the AP government to help women in emergencies.
The police increased awareness among the people and encouraged the public to download the app without fail.
The district collector further directed the officials finish all annual renovation works of ponds and lakes to store the water in prior to provide continuous water supply to the people without any sca
Over 3.63 lakh houses are present in Bapatla district and tap connections were already given to 1.27 lakh households.