Civic workers told to provide education to their children

City Municipality Council president Kaveramma Somanna called upon civic workers to provide education to their children to lead a sophisticated life.

She was speaking at the Civic Workers’ Day programme organised by the CMC at Kaveri Kalakshetra on Friday.

Education alone can bring upon a positive change in the society, she said and added that the permanent civic workers are being provided with sites and housing facilities by the government.

Deputy Commissioner Dr Richard Vincent D’Souza said that the civic workers’ job is not easy. They should come to the mainstream of the society by utilising the facilities provided by the government for them, he added.

He said that the sites have already been allocated to eligible civic workers.

The DC suggested the Health Department officials to organise health camps for the family members of the civic workers once in three months.

Superintendent of Police P Rajendra Prasad said that the public should cooperate with civic workers in keeping our surroundings clean. Commendable work done by the civic workers should be recognised. They should be able to lead lives with self-reliance. Their children should have access to higher education, the SP added.

The best serving and senior civic workers were felicitated on the occasion. CMC vice president T S Prakash, Standing Committee chairman K S Ramesh, members Leela Sheshamma, Anita Poovaiah, Mansoor, Prakash Acharya and CMC Commissioner B Shubha were present.

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