Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s camp office on Tuesday witnessed a spurt in number of visitors.
As the Chief Minister becomes more accessible to the public to look into their demands and address their woes, the visitors are making a beeline before the camp office.
The Chief Minister, on Tuesday, spent more than a hour with the visitors and listened to their grievances with rapt attention. He addressed some woes instantaneously. He announced Rs. 2 lakh to a patient of chest cancer, Yaccha Suvarchala Devi of Nayudupet of Nellore district to meet her medical expenses. Naidu sanctioned Rs. 50,000 to a 10-year boy, Varikuti Aakash, who lost his leg in an accident; and another Rs. 50,000 to an old man- Kola Harichandrudu of Kammanamolu village, Nagayalanka mandal, for his livelihood.
Meanwhile, the number of enthusiastic individuals to share their contribution for the capital construction, is also on rise.
E Mariyamma of Arunodaya Women’s society of Guntur and Chintala Suhasini of Adarsa Women’s society donated Rs. 10,000 each for the capital- Amaravati. the Chief Minister appreciated a BBM student, Sri Charan of Vignan University, Guntur for donating his pocket money Rs. 1000 towards the great cause of constructing our dream capital.
The Chief Minister also commended an Engineering student, K V Deepika of Guntur for her inspiring article on Nobel Peace Prize winner, Children’s rights activist, Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzail, who was shot by Taliban against her brave campaigning on education to girl children. (INN)