Telangana’s plan in crispy dots to soften the edges
The Telangana state cabinet decided to extend the lockdown for an additional 10 days and decided to relax during the day from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. One hour will be a grace period until 6 p.m. for people to go home.
It was also decided to impose strict confinement from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. On the instructions of the last state cabinet, officials of the medical and health department visited the assembly constituencies of Satthupalli, Madhira, Nalgonda, Nagarjuna Sagar, Devarakonda, Munugode and Miryalguda and recommended to the cabinet of the ‘State that Corona is not yet under control in those areas and still wanted a 10-day extension of containment with existing borders. Based on their recommendations, the cabinet decided to extend the lockdown with relaxation times from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. and another hour until 2 p.m. as a grace period.
The state cabinet meeting was held in Pragati Bhavan, chaired by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
The state also approved a 30 percent salary increase from the PRC for government, contracts, contract workers and state retirees. It will benefit 921,037 government employees.
The firm agreed to pay the increased salaries from June and decided to implement a notional benefit from July 1, 2018, a Monitory benefit from April 2020 and the cash allowance from July 2021. The cabinet asked the officials concerned to issue orders in this regard and to pay the arrears from April 2020 to May 2021 to the retirees in 36 installments. Apart from that, 180 maternity leaves were approved for KGBV contract employees and the state decided to lift the HRA cap.
The cabinet authorized the sanctioning of 4,469,169 pending ration card applications and asked the officials concerned to issue the ration cards within 15 days.
He also decided to form a sub-committee to deal with the Ration Distributors Commission, other matters, problems of the public distribution system under the chairmanship of Minister of Civilian Supplies Gangula Kamalakar with ministers T Harish Rao, T Srinivas Yadav, Sabita Indra Reddy and Indrakaran Reddy.
The state also conducted an extensive review of monsoon cultivation and the readiness of the Department of Agriculture. The cabinet hailed the increase in cultivation under Kaleswaram and other irrigation projects and welcomed the more than 3 million tonnes of paddy produced on 1,06 03,927 acres during the last monsoon , summer seasons. The ministers commended the Minister of Agriculture Sri Niranjan Reddy, officials of the Ministry of Agriculture for their efforts to achieve this result.
The Chief Minister said that 84 tons of lakh paddy have been purchased so far and asked Chief Secretary Sri Somesh Kumar and district collectors to immediately complete the purchase of the remaining paddy.
In addition, the Cabinet also commended Minister of Fisheries and Livestock Srinivas Yadav, officials and staff for their efforts to encourage sheep farming and fish farming.
The Council of Ministers authorized the establishment of special Telangana food processing zones in the nine old districts, except Hyderabad, and instructed officials to set up rice mills and other food processing industries. on no less than 250 acres.
The Cabinet agreed to focus on the public health sector as it strengthened the irrigation sector and achieved qualitative changes in agriculture.
The Cabinet decided to spend Rs 10,000 crore over the next two years to provide world-class medical care to the state’s poor and appointed a subcommittee with Finance Minister T Harish Rao as chairman and other members include, Ministers Jagadeeshwar Reddy, Srinivas Yadav, Vemula Prashanth Reddy, Srinivas Goud, Sabita Indra Reddy and Satyavathi Rathod as members.
The Cabinet asked the subcommittee to travel to Kerala, Tamil Nadu states where better medical treatment is being provided, as well as Sri Lanka, to investigate the situation and submit a report.
Other key cabinet decisions include the construction of 100-bed hospitals in Satthupally, Madhira and existing hospitals to be transformed into mother and child care centers. The government will also transform a 50-bed mother and child care center in Suryapet into a 100-bed hospital and will set up boarding schools in all public hospitals for staff caring for patients.
The state has decided to conduct a pilot project on the health profile of Telangana in the districts of Mulugu, Sircilla and to launch medical diagnostic centers in 19 districts from Wednesday. The diagnostic center will have facilities for ECG, digital radiography, ultrasound, 2d echo and mammography tests for the detection of cancer in women. It will also set up testing centers in Hyderabad, Warangal and Siddipet for the treatment of allergies. The state announced to increase dialysis units in the state following a surge in cases and to establish new dialysis centers in the state and to set up chemotherapy units in district centers with all the installations. It was also decided to modernize all the blood banks and create new ones if necessary. The cabinet asked the medical and health department to appoint the necessary staff to create better facilities for orthopedics, neurology and other specialties.
The government announced a super-specialty hospital on the premises of the present-day Warangal prison and to offer all super-specialty care and agreed to nominate candidates who have done a master’s degree in hospital administration in administration. hospitable. He asked the medical and health department to offer courses such as technical courses for nurses, midwives, laboratory technicians, radiology and dialysis in government medical schools.
The cabinet decided to strengthen maternal and child-related medical services in the state. Believing that mother and child should be cared for away from general patients and that they are housed separately in special buildings, the cabinet asked to build special blocks in this regard. The cabinet said that in these special enclosures, maternal ICUs and newborn SNCUs should be created.
The state has also decided to provide a special nutrient kit for pregnant women from three months of pregnancy. Authorities have also asked to prepare for the third wave of Covid-19 in the state.
The revenue department informed the state cabinet that there is no question of agricultural land settlement as the new revenue law-2020, 99% of agricultural land has been registered in Dharani without any problem.
The revenue department also explained to the cabinet that with digital mapping, farmer-owned land, physical boundaries, paper tippon maps would be digitized, and even if the physical boundaries are disrupted, the paper measurements are torn. , the land of the patta farmers would be intact with the digital maps without a one inch difference.
The cabinet ratified the state government’s decision to undertake a digital survey of all agricultural land in the state, set their contact details. It also approved the conduct of a pilot survey in 27 villages of the nine former districts combined.
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