Andhra Pradesh State Nayee Brahmin Cooperative Societies Federation Chairman Gantupalli Nageswar Rao has reviewed the implementation of various welfare schemes of Nayee Brahmins at collector conference hall. Joint collector G Srijana, BC Welfare Corporation deputy director Nageswar Rao, executive director of Backward Classes Geetha Devi, Visakhapatnam zilla parishat chief executive officer Ramana Murthy, LDM Srinath, district medical and health officer Dr Ramesh, KGH RMO Dr Sastry, and officials from GVMC, Endowments, Police, DRDA, Cooperative, Panchayat departments and members of Nayee Brahmin Federations took part in the review meeting.
‘State Government has sanctioned additional Rs 40 crores in addition to budgetary allocation of Rs 30 crores for Nayee Brahmins’ said Gantuaplli Nageswar Rao. All this funding should be spent for the welfare of Nayee Brahmins only. We have noticed that there are 1,26,000 members in all federations. Endowment officials should see that the increased price towards tonsuring per head –Rs 25 is implemented in all temples across the state. Like DWCRA groups, establish one separate group for Nayee Brahmins also. DRDA officials should work on this immediately. All 680 Instrumentalists should be issued ID cards at the earliest, he added.
‘I have noticed that there are so many posts vacant in King George Hospital, police and other departments and these must be filled. Bhajantris should be appointed in temples where ever vacancies exist. Joint collector should see that bankers give loans to Nayee Brahmins. GVMC officials should see that shops must be allocated in all complexes which are being maintained and owned by municipal administration.
‘A meeting will be convened with bankers to expedite the advance process to Nayee Brahmins in near future’ said G Srijana.