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Taluk-level Nairmalya award presented

Staff Correspondent


It was given away in three categories


BIJAPUR: District-level officials should make efforts to maintain cleanliness, provide facilities in villages and make them models for other districts, zilla panchayat president Shankrubai Chalawadi has said.

Speaking after presenting the Rajatha Nairmalya and Nairmalya awards at the zilla panchayat auditorium here on Wednesday, she lamented that even after 16 years of implementing the Nirmala Grama Yojana , the benefits of the scheme were not reaching the targeted groups owing to the lackadaisical attitude of the officers concerned and lack of awareness among people.

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Ms. Chalawadi advised the officers to visit villages at regular intervals and convince the residents to avail themselves of benefits of various government schemes.

The Nairmalya award is presented in three categories: best village, best school and best anganwadi.

In Bijapur taluk, the award was presented to Kanmadi village, lower primary school at Huvinhari Shivanagi, and Ittangihal anganwadi.

In Basavanabagewadi taluk, the award was presented to Kolar village, girls' lower primary school at Manguli village and Azad nagar anganwadi.

In Muddebihal taluk, the award was presented to Basarkod village, lower primary school at Somnal L.T. village and Bangargund anganwadi.

In Indi taluk, the award was presented to Umrani village, higher primary school in Umrani and Bhimashankar nagar anganwadi in Dhulkhed village.

In Sindagi taluk, the award was bagged by Hunshyal village, lower primary school at Korwar village and Gundagi anganwadi.

Zilla panchayat vice-president Shrishailgouda Biradar presided. ZP Chief Executive Officer A.N. Patil was present.

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