Even though it was raining incessantly from the early hours of the day, as many as 195 people from various parts of the district turned up for the weekly grievance cell programme held at the Collectorate here on Monday. Tents were arranged on the Collectorate premises and a mechanism was put in place to receive the grievances in a lesser time. Complaints and grievances pertaining to Rajiv Arogya Sri healthcare, pensions to the aged and the disabled, distribution of ration cards and tricycles and revenue land disputes were submitted to a team of officials led by Collector Neetu Prasad. Later, she released posters and pamphlets on the importance of using iodised salt and asked the anganwadi centres and schools to use only iodised salt in the food being prepared for the children. Joint Collector R. Mutyala Raju and Additional Joint Collector D. Markandeyulu were present.