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Large crowds attend Praja Darbar, Minister Sridhar Babu meets petitioners

Hyderabad:┬áLarge crowds flocked to the Praja Darbar on Monday, continuing the high turnout seen since its inauguration by Chief Minister Revanth Reddy on Friday. People lined up in long queues at Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Praja Bhavan even before the program’s official start time of 10 am.

IT Minister D Sridhar Babu, acting on Chief Minister Revanth Reddy’s instructions, visited Praja Bhavan and personally interacted with petitioners, discussing their problems and concerns. He also met with officials to discuss arrangements for the convenience of visitors, ensuring the availability of drinking water, wheelchairs, and other amenities.

The Minister assured petitioners that the government is committed to resolving their issues, as promised in the election manifesto. He emphasized transparency and accountability in governance, stating that “justice will be done to all.” He encouraged applicants to submit written applications with their details and issues for prompt attention.

Responding to concerns regarding the TSGENCO AE exam scheduled for December 17th, Sridhar Babu acknowledged requests from candidates to postpone the exam due to conflicts with other examinations. He announced that he would bring this matter to the Chief Minister’s attention and a decision on postponement would be made after discussions with relevant authorities.

Mid-day meal workers also expressed their desire for regular monthly salaries. Addressing them, Sridhar Babu reiterated that the Praja Darbar aims to address all such problems.

Sources reveal that since Friday, a total of 4,471 petitions have been received at Praja Bhavan, primarily concerning the approval of double-bedroom houses and scholarships. Additionally, 1143 reminders were received on Monday.

GHMC Commissioner Ronald Ross coordinated the Praja Darbar, which was attended by senior officials including AYUSH Department Director Harichandan, IAS Officer Musharraf Ali, Hyderabad Collector Anudeep Drishti, and Khairtabad Zonal Commissioner Venkatesh. (INN)

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