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MLA helps dispose unclaimed dead
Mylapore MLA S. Ve. Shekher has been involved in a few projects.
Widows, handicapped persons and the elderly who deserve assistance have been recommended, says his secretary. His office facilitated issue of ration cards to around 600 people.
On the healthcare front, Shekher’s office says he has recommended 20 patients for admission to the Govt. General Hospital and the Royapettah Hospital.
He has organised free eye surgery for the poor at Udhi Clinic, Alwarpet and also at Shankara Hospital, R A Puram.
When bodies are unclaimed at the mortuary of Royapettah Hospital, a Trust in which the MLA is involved has arranged for their mass burial.
He is currently addressing issues of unauthorized building construction, problems with drainage and installation of garbage bins.
USING MLA FUND . . .
Mylapore's MLA, S. V. Shekher is inviting people to share with him ideas for projects that can funded from the MLA Fund.
Asked recently, he said that suggestions included building an indoor stadium at the Corporation ground on South Canal Bank Street, Mandaveli (near the AirTel offices), lights for the Chitrakulam tank area and indicator sign boards in the Mada Streets area.
If you want to suggest projects that benefit the local community or projects that need attention now, mail your note to - firstname.lastname@example.org
They will be posted on the blog / published in the newspaper too.
What is the MLA up to?
So what is the Mylapore MLA, S. Ve. Shekher upto?
Last week he was seen on a street off Chitrakulam challenging Metrowater officials for giving a ‘premature’ water connection to a house that was still under construction.
The workers had laid a trench through the street and held up traffic.
He was at a blood donation camp at Kalyan Nagar Association, Mandaveli. And he was chief guest at a exhibition of eco-friendly products hosted by RainTree, a eco-tel hotel on St. Marys Road. ( photo on top