Weekly grievances redress meeting held in Dharmapuri

September 12, 2022 10:02 pm | Updated 10:02 pm IST - DHARMAPURI

The weekly grievances redress meeting here on Monday witnessed disbursement of monthly maintenance for nine children, who had lost both their parents to COVID-19. The monthly maintenance of ₹3,000 per child was given for the period of June 2021 to March 2022, for 10 months. The nine children were given a maintenance of ₹30,000 for 10 months. A total of ₹2.70 lakh was issued to the children under the District Child Protection Unit, by Collector K. Shanthi.

The meeting witnessed receipt of 360 petitions seeking basic amenities, name transfer in title deeds, welfare schemes, old age pension, heir certificate among others. The Collector directed officials to expedite action on the petitions at the earliest.

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