Toll Free Numbers To Curbanomalies: GUNTUR, MAY 19: Toll free numbers were introduced to restrain anomalies in the public distribution system.
Toll Free Numbers To Curbanomalies In The Public Distribution System
Minister for civil supplies P. Pulla Rao Warned of Stern action against fair price dealers who commit illegalities.
Addressing a press meet at Guntur on Friday, the minister said a pubic forum Would be started soon to resolve problems in the distribution of essential commodities to the public through the PDS.
Toll Free Numbers To Curbanomalies
The minister said that 1967 and 1800042500.82 toll free numbers were started to receive complaints from the public about illegalities in ePOS and distribution of essential commodities.
Mr. Pulla Rao said that the two numbers would be displayed at all ration shops and appealed to the public to cooperate With the government in curbing illegalities in the PDS.
Mr. Pulla Rao said that Bugga Wagu modernisation works would be taken up With World Bank funds and that the Water storage capacity of Bugga Vagu will be increased 4.77 TMC ft to resolve the water difficulties of Guntur and Prakasam districts.
The minister claimed that Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu was making all-out efforts to get investments and industries from other countries and refuted allegations of the opposition parties on the issue.
Note: THE MINISTER Said that 1967 and 180004250082 toll free numbers Were started to receive Complaints from the public about illegalities in e-POS and distribution of essential Commodities.
NSS SIRENGTH TOUCHES 4OL IN THE COUNTRY
VISAKHAPATNAM, MAY 19: Gitam University National Service Scheme (NSS) is running innovative programmes which should be highlighted at national level for other universities in the country, observed NSS regional director Gokulakrishnan here on Friday.
While interacting with Gitam NSS Advisory Committee members he said Gitam’s Vertical farming concept is a new Social service programme which really helps Society.
He said NSS in the country reached 40 lakh With active volunteers from 600 universities. The Centre is giving top priority to NSS to implement awareness programmes on cashless transaction, he said.