Kothagudem Collectorate, Newstoday: Collector Anudeep has urged for improved services for devotees who visit Bhadrachalam for Sri Rama Navami and the coronation, as well as for the cleanliness of the city. Monday, against the backdrop of the festivities, the collector presented uniforms to the MPOs and secretaries responsible for the management of cleanliness initiatives in Bhadrachalam.

In a program conducted at the Collectorate, he stated that last November’s sanitation efforts were good and that he intended to maintain the same this year. Throughout the city and in the areas where devotees sit, rubbish should be collected periodically from the lines.

According to him, Bhadrachalam has been divided into 15 zones, cleanliness initiatives are being implemented, and monitoring has been delegated to 17 MPOs and 100 secretaries. Four hundred sanitation personnel will complete the tasks. Additional Collector K. Venkateshwarlu, DPO Ramakanth, and Additional Collector

CDs and informational documents are found.

Monday at the Collectorate, Collector Anudeep released the audio CD and informational materials developed by the District Civil Relations Department on the important information and measures to be followed by the devotees who come to Bhadrachalam for Sri Rama Navami and Pattabhishek.

In addition to explanations in Telugu, Hindi, and English, necessary information papers will also be supplied, as indicated. In order to offer information in the event that children go missing, provisions have been established to submit information to the control room and police control room at the RDO headquarters in Bhadrachalam, as well as phone the numbers 9441536060 and 6301582152.

Prospective entrepreneurs should present themselves.

Using the district’s resources effectively, Collector Anudeep urged anyone interested in establishing enterprises to come forward. According to him, thirteen of the fifteen applications received through TS IPass for the establishment of industries have been granted.

During a Monday meeting of the Industrial Development Committee held at the Collectorate under the aegis of the Industries Department, he stated that 13 approved enterprises will provide job prospects for 74 individuals. He stated that applications will be filed to the government requesting a subsidy of Rs. 11,47 crores for 29 STs and Rs. 8,30 lakhs for two SC Corporation members.

Participating were Industries Department General Manager Sitaram, TSIIC Zonal Manager Pawan Kumar, Vidyut SE Ramesh, Factory Inspector Nithinkumar, Town and Country Planning Officer Satyanarayana, Pollution Control Board EE Venkateswarlu, and Industries Expansion Officer Prithvi.