ANANTAPUR: A target has been set to build and provide permanent buildings for entities in rural areas in the district through use of NREGA funds. About 890 buildings – including bulk milk cooling units, health clinics and Gram Sachivalyam -- will be constructed under the programme. Some 329 buildings are in the final stage of completion.
While the state government is taking serious steps to provide pucca buildings for various entities in villages, the funds from the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act ( NREGA) have been of help.
Anantapur district alone will has 890 such buildings. The state government has announced ‘Bhanvana Nirmana Pakshotsavalu’ in the state from June 17 to July 2 for construction of these buildings.
According to sources, permanent buildings would be provided for village health clinics, Raythu Bharosa Centres, Anganwadi Centres and Grama Sachivalayams.
PR & rural development principal secretary Gopalakrishna Dwivedi and commissioner Girija Shankar said officials are pushing for the completion of works for these buildings on time.
Collector Naga Lakshmi said the building works under NREGA would be a priority for the district administration. Joint collector Nishanth Kumar said the administration would complete at least 300 buildings of Rythu Bharosa Kendralu in the district by July 8....