Nalgonda Charter:

06/04/2009 at 05:52 1 टिप्पणी

Nalgonda Charter:

  1. Since the ground water is contaminated due to the florosis the children women and the aged suffer the diseases connected with florosis. The Government efforts to provide protected drinking water remained and unfulfilled promise. Hence the participants demand that provision of protected drinking water should be high on the agenda
  2. Though they are 2 rivers flowing from the district Nagarjunasagar and Manjeera their lands do not get the required irrigation facilities. The people demand that the adequate provisions to irrigate their land should form part of the entire political parties manifesto.
  3. Hyderabad to Suryapet most of the Assembly segment are situated on the highway from Hyderabad to Vijayawada. Unfortunately the widening and development of the roads has not taken up in the district in the priority despite of strikes and hunger strikes from all the political parties including the ruling party hence the people demand that widening of the existing roads and road connectivity to rural areas should be taken up.
  4. The Lambada Women resort to sale of their girl children as they are unable to bring them up because of the poverty. Hence the participants demanded that the government should provide necessary economical assistance and also the livelihood support
  5. In the constituency there is social welfare hostels run by the department but the student’s complaint of negligence and step motherly treatment by the authorities.
  6. The people of constituency demand that the infrastructural facilities (Bathrooms, lavatories) supply of quality food, toiletry goods, Cots, bed sheets, text books and stationery to be provided to enable the students perform better in education. The people also demanded that the authorities should consider taking up tuitions to the students.
  7. The poor and marginalize communities are not able to afford to buy the groceries and other food items. As the Public Distribution System (PDS) is slowly getting diluted as a result the 2 Rupee kg rise scheme being implemented by the government is also not adequate enough. The people demand that PD system should be strengthened to provide food security to the eligible poor and the food items like Rice, Dal, Oil, Sugar, Spices, and Kerosene and others should be supplied through the PDS with affordable prices.
  8. The Youth of this area are better educated compared to other areas. However there are no employment opportunities in this area. Hence the people demand setting up of small scale industries to provide employment for the eligible youth.
  9. Child Labour is a growing issue in this constituency. Hence the people demand free and compulsory education to be provided to Below Poverty Line (BPL) families.
  10. The people demand the government to give 4 Acres of land with requisite irrigation facilities and electricity to all the landless poor families in the name of the women.

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