'Poor will not be rendered homeless'

 
The railway officers have been creating awareness among the Ambedkarnagar residents with regard to vacating their homes considering the widening of the railway track. In the light of these developments the minister has held meeting with the representatives of Ambedkarnagar and changing of the railway track is also being considered.

Poor dalit families will not be rendered homeless. If the railway track cannot be changed then alternative arrangements  will be made for those families affected by the railway widening work, the minister assured.

District-In-Charge minister Mumtaz Ali Khan, CMC President M Prakash, DC Anwar Pasha and others were also present.

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