Gudivada, May 10: State Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Kodali Sri Venkateswara Rao (Nani) has said that the state government has taken steps for a well-planned vaccination program in the state. Ward volunteer Nagina met Minister Kodali Nani at the new Municipal Office Center in Gudivada town on Monday. On the occasion, she said that she has been working as a volunteer in the 24th Ward for a year and was on leave for two months due to ill health. He is currently recovering and has been asked to return to his job. On this, Minister Kodali Nani said that he would make arrangements to give Nagina a job as soon as the notification regarding the replacement of the volunteer post is issued.
After taking office, CM Jaganmohan Reddy brought in a system of volunteers with the foresight to bring the welfare and development programs implemented by the government closer to the forefront of the people. He said 2.66 lakh village and ward volunteers who came through the system were distributing pensions on the 1st of every month. Under the YSR insurance scheme, CM Jaganmohan Reddy has paid Rs. 254 crore has been released, the previous group insurance has been removed and the insurance facility has been provided only to the individual account holders and 61 lakh accounts have been opened through volunteers. Volunteers are also delivering free rice door-to-door through door-to-door delivery to 1.47 crore rice cardholders in the state during the Corona Second Wave.
He said volunteers are playing a key role in providing Navratnas to the people. Meanwhile, CM Jaganmohan Reddy said that regular meetings were being held with the officials of the respective departments on Kovid-19 control, prevention and vaccination. state government was paying special attention to the supply of oxygen for medical purposes. Rs. 309.87 crore has been earmarked for setting up oxygen production plants. He said the government would set up 49 oxygen production plants and purchase 50 cryogenic oxygen tanker vehicles. In addition, 10,000 additional oxygen pipelines will be laid. For the next six months, the government will provide Rs. 60 lakhs has been sanctioned every district for maintanance work for oxigen plants.
Some people from the state are going to various hospitals in the state of Telangana for treatment for various ailments. Those traveling to Telangana in a private ambulance in the wake of the corona virus outbreak have to seek prior permission from the state government. Or that the patient is ready to treat themselves, and that the bed in their hospital is also ready for the patient, to obtain prior consent and certification from the owners of the respective hospitals providing treatment. Minister Kodali Nani suggested that he be taken to Telangana in a private ambulance for treatment. The event was attended by former councilor Mallipudi Srinivasa Chakraborty and others.