Rahul Gandhi's letter to Kerala CM seeks help for the people of Wayanad

Aug 25 2019 04:45 PM
Rahul Gandhi's letter to Kerala CM seeks help for the people of Wayanad

Kochi: Wayanad Lok Sabha seat, MP and former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has written a letter to Kerala CM Pinarai Vijayan in which he asked Pinarai Vijayan to make a single window plan to reissue the lost or damaged documents of the people due to heavy floods in Kerala. There are demands to use Ranali.

"Many flood affected families in my constituency have taken up many important issues such as ration cards, Aadhaar cards, school college certificates, property documents, marriage, birth and death certificates, tax receipts and PAN cards," Rahul Gandhi wrote in his letter. Lost documents. People from flood affected families are forced to visit the office of several officials to reconstruct their lost documents. '

Rahul Gandhi further wrote, "In order to prevent flood victims from circling various offices, you can appoint a Principal Officer in the District Collector's office where the flood-affected families can file joint applications with the details of their lost documents." The principal officer can coordinate with the concerned departments. Collect duplicate copies of documents and reach out to the homes of the flood-affected families. '

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