Hyderabad: IT and industries minister K.T. Rama Rao on Thursday announced that free distribution of Bathukamma Saris will commence from September 23 across the state.
He said that this year the state government has procured 1.02 crore saris at a cost of Rs 313 crore and orders have been given to handloom wavers of the state to make saris thereby giving employment to 16, 000 weaving families in the state. He said that they have identified that 1.02 crore women beneficiaries in the state and every woman who attained 18 years of age and had white ration card is eligible to receive the sari.
Party cadre arranged the public meeting on 30 acres of land on the outskirts of Huzurnagar.
The women have carried out their duties sincerely but when they have demanded their rights they have been removed, they say.
The event was hosted by the Archdiocese of Hyderabad for the first time in the city.
Police identified the deceased as Neha Chouksey, 33, a native of Bhopal and resident of Hafeezpet in Miyapur.
One of the clauses requires the state government to give its share of the grant first and only then will the Centre give its share.
The bench also found fault with the trial court for routinely remanding them to judicial custody without pointing out the police's error.
The whine continued for a day and a night and a good samaritan who could not bear it any more tried to trace the source.
The MLA assured them that he will try and hand over the five ambulances by November 30.
Earlier, the cyber police filed for a transit warrant and took him to custody from Chanchalguda prison.
BJP’s Rama Rao says his party will come to power in TS.
The bins for raw food and waste cooked food were kept side by side and the workers did not have gloves and handled both intermittently.
The deceased's body has been shifted to a local government hospital for the Post Mortem Examination (PME).