Criminal cases on unlicenced boat owners
Amaravathi: District collector B. Srinivasan said, “We will take stringent measures against the boat owners who do not follow the rules and take criminal action. Lakshmi Kanth warned. On Thursday, he held a teleconference on water safety boats, MPDV, Revenue, and Water Resources Department Panchayati Raj and Forest Department officials. The buses that run in the coastal areas are mandatory. Unofficially, the revolving boats will be seized and the owners will be severely punished.
The boats should be run within a fixed time from morning to evening, and after 5.30 minutes, do not run the boats in the night time. Those who travel in boats need to live life jackets. The driver of the boat must have a license. The collector has ordered the revenue, police, water resources and forest officials to check the boats under the supervision and does not disclose those who violate the rules. According to the collector’s instructions, the buses were checked by the officials in the borders of the coastal areas of Ibrahimatnam, Chanderalpadu, Nagayalanka, Karthikavan, and Thottuvallur.
Krishna No. 1 in Child Health Care
Vijayawada: Healthy children are in the first place in the state of Krishna, collector b. Lakshmi Kantam said. On Thursday, he held a teleconference with the Department of Women and Child Welfare and Medical Officers. According to the collector, the help of the donors is provided by the Anganwadi centers for pregnant women, children, and children by providing extra nutrition.