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Jaimala visits anganwadis

Published On : 07 Aug 2018   |  Reported By : Courtesy: The Hindu   |  Pic On: Photo credit : The Hindu

Mangaluru, (The Hindu): Minister for Women and Child Welfare Jaimala paid a surprise visit to anganwadis in Bejai Kapikad and Shakthinagar here on Monday.

In Bejai Kapikad, the Minister checked the food prepared by cooks and asked them to maintain hygiene during preparation. She directed the personnel to provide food as mentioned on the menu card. She also asked them to meet the requirements of food for coastal areas. She interacted with the children and the anganwadi teachers. The Minister expressed the need for creating an outdoor playing environment for children.

At the Shakthinagar anganwadi, she checked the quality of the grains stocked in the godown. She directed authorities to keep the premises clean.

Deputy Director of Women and Child Welfare Sundara Poojary accompanied the Minister.

Ms. Jaimala later visited Rani Abbakka Tulu Adhyayana Kendra of Thukaram Poojary on B.C. Road and saw the collections related to Tulu culture.


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