Silvester D ‘Souza
Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)
Kundapur, October 16: Various officials from the Departments of Women and Children Protection, Disability and Elderly Empowerment, Health and Family Welfare, Education, Food, Social Welfare , backward classes and the fisheries department under the leadership of tahsildar Kiran Gorayya received grievances from people and visited settlements within the confines of the gram panchayat of Kedoor as part of the “Jilladhikarigala Nade Halliya Kade” campaign From the Deputy Commissioner.
The officials visited the Koraga settlements in the afternoon, listened to people’s problems and tried to resolve them. Officials were greeted at Hosamata Koraga Colony to the sound of drums.
The Deputy Commissioner (DC) held a meeting in the colony. He asked the tahsildar to provide cooking gas connections to families in the Koraga community who did not have them. He asked to provide widow’s pension and Sandhya Suraksha facilities to the eligible and combine the construction of the community hall by providing jobs for the eligible under the job guarantee scheme.
The DC told the tahsildar that no child should be deprived of an education and called on him to ensure that children who have interrupted their studies are encouraged to return to school.
Taluk panchayat executive director Keshava Shettigar, supervisor of the Vishwanathayya fisheries department, Dr Surayanarayana Upadhya of the livestock department, president of gram panchayat Srimathi Shetty, Sharath Kumar Hegde, accountant of Dinesh village, responsible for panchayat development, doctor of the center of primary health care, Suresha from the police department, Koraga community leader Ganesh Kumbhashi and Ganesh Barakoor were present.