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HYDERABAD, APRIL 10. The City Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has asked the Government to provide basic amenities like drinking water, sewerage, roads and houses during the Praja Patham programme.
Its secretary, P.S.N. Murthy, said in a statement here today that people's problems were acute in the slums and that construction of houses was slow.
Minister's tour today
Issuance of ration cards to eligible families must be taken up as on a priority basis, he added.
The Minister for Technical Education, Nayani Narasimha Reddy, would make a tour of bastis of Jawaharnagar and Bapunagar on Monday to receive representations as part of Praja Patham.
He would be accompanied by the supervisory official team headed by J. Haribabu and comprising representatives from the MCH, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board, and other civic departments, according to a press release.
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