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Rs 478 cr spent for minorities in last 3 months, says Mallu

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Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka said that the Congress government has spent Rs 478.56 crore for the welfare of minorities in the last three months. On Thursday, he inspected the arrangements for the Iftaar dinner to be organised by the State government at the LB Stadium on Friday.
He ordered the Minority Welfare Department, Police, Information Department, GHMC, R&B, Electricity, Water Board, Fire Department and other departments to make arrangements according to the plan.
Vikramarka said, “Giving Iftar dinner to Muslim brothers on the first Friday of the holy month of Ramadan shows the State government’s priority towards minorities. The government has allocated Rs 2,263 crore in the budget for the minority welfare department. The minority residential schools running in rented buildings have been ordered to procure land to construct their own buildings.”
Meanwhile, in view of the Iftaar dinner to be hosted by Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy at LB Stadium on March 15, traffic restrictions are to be implemented from 4 pm to 8 pm.
Traffic coming from AR Petrol Pump Junction towards the BJR Statue will not be allowed and will be diverted at AR Petrol Pump towards Nampally. Traffic coming from Basheerbagh towards AR Petrol Pump via BJR Statue will not be allowed and will be diverted at BJR Statue towards, SBH, Abids- Nampally station road. Traffic coming from Sujatha School lane towards Khan Lateef Khan building will not be allowed and will be diverted at Sujatha School junction towards Nampally.
The RTC Buses plying from Ravindra Bharati towards BJR Statue should avoid LB Stadium main gate, in front of Khan Lateef Khan Building and take diversion at AR Petrol bunk towards Nampally.
Commuters are appealed to follow traffic updates on Hyderabad police social media platform @ Hyderabad Traffic Police, Facebook page ( and @ HYDTP (twitter handle).
In case of any emergency in travel, people can call Hyderabad Traffic Police Helpline 9010203626 for travel assistance.

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