HYDERABAD: After Chief Minister Ok. Chandrashekar Rao launched the second part of the Kanti Velugu programme in Khammam on Wednesday, ministers, MLAs and MPs of the BRS adopted go well with by launching it in all different districts of the state on Thursday.
Well being minister T. Harish Rao said that over 1.6 lakh folks throughout the state underwent eye-screening checks on Day 1 of the programme. He mentioned about 1,500 camps had been arrange, protecting all mandals in districts.
Over 37,000 studying glasses had been distributed at no cost after screening on Day
1. Harish Rao mentioned that prescription glasses can even be distributed to the 33,000-odd folks requiring them, at no cost, quickly.
A typical theme throughout launches was of BRS leaders praising the Chief Minister for launching the free common eye-screening programme for the advantage of the poor and needy.
BRS leaders mentioned that the Kanti Velugu programme impressed the Chief Minister of Delhi, Punjab and Kerala as effectively, who introduced that they plan on replicating the scheme of their states whereas addressing the BRS public assembly in Khammam on Wednesday.
Ministers and BRS leaders additionally participated within the camps, received eye checks accomplished
and obtained spectacles.
BRS leaders mentioned the state authorities is ready to create a world document by conducting eye screening checks for lakhs of individuals over the following 100 days and supplying spectacles at no cost. They mentioned that eye surgical procedures can even be performed for these needing one.