Rajamahendravaram: Municipal Commissioner Sumit Kumar has said that a fine of Rs 1,000 to Rs 10,000 will be imposed on the respective traders who sell or use plastic carry bags and related material in the city. Speaking to The Hans India here on Tuesday, he said the ban on plastic was imposed to make Rajamahendravaram as plastic-free city to reduce environmental pollution. The special teams constituted for the implementation of plastic ban effectively will intensify the raids on fruit, juice, vegetable, cloth, kirana, meat, chicken shops etc in this regard. The respective officials were also directed not to spare anyone in this regard, he said. He appealed to the people and business community to extend their cooperation to combat plastic menace in the city and advised the people to use cloth and paper bags.
Nizamabad: Mid-day meal is introduced in library to help the unemployed youth, who visit libraries to prepare for competitive exams for jobs, said TRS leader Ramakrishna Rao.The first anniversary of mid-day meals in library was held at Central Library, Nizamabad on Monday. Participating in the programme, Ramakrishna Rao said that the free meal programme is very helpful for the youth, who comes to library for studying. Also Read – Golden 90’s Music Superstars – Alka Yagnik & Kumar Sanu LIVE in Concert will be performing together for the very 1st time in the city of pearls,… Advertise With Us NUDA Chairman Ch Prabhakar Reddy, Jagruthi State secretary Lakshminarayana Bharadwaj, TRS Minority district president Janab Naveed Iqbal, TRSKV district general secretory Vijayalakshmi, Nizamabad former Municipal chairman Mukka Devendhar Gupta, NUDA Directors Rajendra Prasad, Srihari Nayak, Janab Akthar Khan Sab, Younus Khan, Naveen Yadav, Janab Sumer Ahmad, Jalapath Rao, Janab Khaleel Sab, Harish Yadav, Shiva Lingam and others participated in the programme.