Kakinada Charter:

20/05/2009 at 11:52 1 टिप्पणी

Kakinada Charter:

  1. Unemployment Pension for the Unemployed, all the youth related programs should identify the real beneficiaries
  2. NREGA – proper awareness on NREGA and its implementation
  3. Schools should be available to all and the value based Education should be given to the children
  4. Should stop SEZ immediately
  5. Equal treatment for women in all aspects and violations on women should be eradicated.
  6. Welfare hostels should provide proper bedding and quality food and safety measures should be taken around the hostel surroundings. Special educational package for Dalit should be introduced in the budget.
  7. Permanent housing with the assistance of rupees one lakh (financial support) should be built.
  8. To Make sure ICDS centers work properly, and maintain qualitative

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