'Lack of vehicles hindrance to duty'

The office of the Assistant Director of Animal Husbandry Department is located in the town, but the official has to travel 12-15 km to reach some of the interior areas. The office does not have a vehicle of its own, and the staff find it difficult to travel to far away areas for providing facilities like artificial insemination.

“We spend Rs 400-Rs 500 to take the doctors to our place. The Kalasa office used to get a vehicle at least for two days a week. Why it has been cancelled now?” asks farmer Mahabaleshwara Shastri. Even the Junior Engineer and the staff of Mescom are also experiencing the inconvenience since they have not been provided with a vehicle. The Kalasa region of Mescom is a vast area, and it is challenging to work in the vast area without a vehicle, say the officials who find it difficult to execute their duty.

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