Kundapur: Village stay by various government officials, visits to Koraga colonies


Silvester D’ Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, Oct 16: Various officials of the departments of women’s and children’s welfare, empowerment of differently abled and senior citizens, health and family welfare, education, food, social welfare, backward classes and fisheries department in the leadership of tahsildar Kiran Gorayya received grievances from people and visited colonies in Kedoor gram panchayat limits as part of deputy commissioner’s ‘Jilladhikarigala Nade Halliya Kade’ campaign.

The officials visited Koraga colonies in the afternoon, listened to people’s problems and tried to solve them. The officials were welcomed at the Hosamata Koraga colony with the beating of drums.

The deputy commissioner (DC) held a meeting in the colony. He directed the tahsildar to provide cooking gas connections to the Koraga community families who did not have them. He asked to provide widow pension and Sandhya Suraksha facilities to the eligible and to combine construction of the community hall by providing jobs to the eligible under employment guarantee scheme.

The DC said to the tahsildar that no child should be deprived of education and directed him to ensure that children who discontinued studies should be encouraged to join the school again.

Taluk panchayat executive officer Keshava Shettigar, fisheries department supervisor Vishwanathayya, animal husbandry department’s Dr Surayanarayana Upadhya, gram panchayat president Srimathi Shetty, Sharath Kumar Hegde, village accountant Dinesh, panchayat development officer, primary health centre medical officer, police department’s Suresha, Koraga community leader Ganesh Kumbhashi and Ganesh Barakoor were present.

 

 

  

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