Collector C. Samayamoorthy has announced that the second phase of special camps of Assured Maximum Service to Marginalised People in All villages (AMMA Scheme) will be held in all taluks on Tuesday (April 9).

In a statement, the Collector said that the purpose of AMMA scheme was to send the officials attached to all government departments to every village to provide solution to grievances on free house site pattas, getting assistance under social security schemes, patta transfers, farmers security scheme cards, birth / death certificates, community, nativity and income certificates, family cards, minor land disputes, rural roads etc.

After receiving petitions from the public at the camps, immediate steps would be taken to provide solutions.

The scheme was launched on April 2. The second phase of special camps will be held at Paalaamadai (in Tirunelveli taluk), Vilaagam (Palayamkottai), Chathramkondaan (Sankarankoil), Paattakurichi (Tenkasi), Pudur (Shencottai), Ramasamiyapuram Alangulam (Sivagiri), Vellakkaal (Veerakeralamputhur), Andipatti (Alangulam), Aaladiyoor (Ambasamudram), Ilangulam (Nanguneri) and South Valliyoor Part I (Radhapuram).

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Forest Minister K.T. Pachaimal launched the AMMA scheme at a function held at Parakkai Middle School in Rajakkamangalam union on Saturday.

Distributing various welfare assistances, he said that people need not go to the Collectorate to give petitions to get their grievances redressed. Instead, they could give the petitions to officials in their village itself. A team of officials led by Tahsildar or Deputy Tahsildar would visit all 188 revenue villages in Kanyakumari district on every Tuesday in a phased manner to receive the petitions.

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